What is an alcohol brownout?

Answer An alcoholic brownout occurs when a drinker's memory becomes so impaired that he or she needs prompting to recall events that occurred during a drinking session. This partial memory distinguishes a... Read More »

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What are the effects of alcohol if I drink lots of alcohol daily?

The effects are damage to the nervous system, cardiovascular disease (heart), liver damage.

How do I find out if an insurance company tested me for alcohol by reading lab results and what would I look for to show the alcohol level?

Blood may contain alcohol shortly after you have been drinking. BUT it is out of the blood stream in 18 to 24 hours after your last alcohol drink.In a lab test, alcohol is expressed as so many part... Read More »

What is the use of the freezing point of alcohol in an alcohol thermometer?

The use of the freezing point of alcohol in alcohol thermometers is to take temperatures in extremely cold situations. Since the freezing point of alcohol is -115 degrees Celsius, this type of ther... Read More »

Why does the alcohol in beer affect me more quickly than the alcohol in spirits?

Ethanol (alcohol) gets absorbed by our bodies at the same rate whether it's beer, wine or spirits. Period. Your perception is that beer is effecting you faster. That's nice!⟣