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ALCOHOL. DAY 2. What is a Drink?. 12 ounce Beer 4 ounce Glass of wine 1 ounce of 100 proof distilled spirits Each one contains 1/2 ounce of Alcohol Proof is 2 times the percent of Alcohol. ONE DRINK=1/2 ounce. Metabolism of Alcohol. Body can metabolize 1/2 ounce of alcohol per hour

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alcohol

ALCOHOL

DAY 2

what is a drink
What is a Drink?
  • 12 ounce Beer
  • 4 ounce Glass of wine
  • 1 ounce of 100 proof distilled spirits
  • Each one contains 1/2 ounce of Alcohol
  • Proof is 2 times the percent of Alcohol
metabolism of alcohol
Metabolism of Alcohol
  • Body can metabolize 1/2 ounce of alcohol per hour
  • The range of the metabolism is 1/4 to 1 ounce per hour
  • People who drink 2 alcoholic beverages everyday are more likely to developed certain health problems.
blood alcohol concentration
Blood Alcohol Concentration
  • Alcohol enters bloodstream within minutes
  • 20% of the alcohol drinks absorbed through the stomach
  • BAC: is the amount of alcohol in a person’s blood.
ovi laws operating vehicle under influence
OVI Laws (Operating Vehicle under Influence)
  • 0.00 Sober
  • 0.08 Impaired Driving (DUI)
  • OVI Offenses: 1st - 4th Offenses
    • Fines ($250 - 10000)
    • Jail (3 days - 30 months)
    • License Suspension (6 months - life)
factors that affect bac
Amount consumed

Rate of consumption

Body Weight

Percent of Body Fat

Gender

Feelings

Food

Other drugs

Age

Carbonation

Factors that affect BAC
intoxication and accidents
Intoxication and Accidents
  • Car accidents 1/2 involved by drunken drivers
  • Damage is billions of dollars
  • Young people experience more problems than adults
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