All About Blood Alcohol Levels
All About Blood Alcohol Levels Blood alcohol levels, also known as blood alcohol content, is a way to measure an individual’s level of alcohol intoxication. It represents the percentage of alcohol that is concentrated in the bloodstream. Blood alcohol levels are used for legal purposes, such as measuring individuals for drunk driving incidents, and for medical purposes, such as testing patients who enter the hospital for alcohol-related health issues. What Are The Different Blood Alcohol Levels? There are many factors that influence a person’s blood alcohol levels. They can include body weight, gender, genetics, tolerance to alcohol, drinking patterns, and type of alcohol consumed. However, as a general estimate, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention categorize the following alcohol levels in these types of alcohol: 12 ounces of beer, or one bottle at 5% alcohol 8 ounces of malt liquor at 7% alcohol 5 ounces of wine at 12% alcohol 1.5 ounces of hard liquor, or one shot, at 40% alcohol Side Effects of Increased Blood Alcohol Levels As drinking increases, so does intoxication and impairment. Many emotional and physical side effects begin and get worse, which can cause severe negative consequences to an individual’s life. How quickly an individual reaches certain blood alcohol levels depend on many factors and, as such, the type of alcohol consumed in a period of time should be paid close attention to. Everyone’s body is different and will reac...
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