Why do we eat less with one portion of macarones than two? in my opinion, a strange question ......................................... .............
The more a person has eaten, the greater the concentration of alcohol in the blood (also depends on the strength of the drink). The higher the degree of poisoning (intoxication) of the body: from a mild degree to an alcoholic coma, when the drinker is simply cut down.
100 ml of vodka contains 40 ml of ethyl alcohol, which is about 0.55 ppm. One bottle of vodka (500 ml) contains 200 ml of pure alcohol. A bottle drunk by a man weighing 70-75 kg is converted to about 2.5 ppm. This condition would be classified as severe intoxication. If you manage to drink 2 bottles, then, at best, it is an alcoholic coma and a very serious poisoning that requires medical intervention, at worst - death. Content from 5 units - usually lethal ppm.
The strength of the effect of alcohol, the degree of intoxication and the time it leaves the body depends on the weight of the person, the strength of the drink, the amount of alcohol consumed, the health of internal organs, the quality and quantity of snacks, genetic predisposition, general condition - drinking on an empty stomach makes you intoxicated faster and does not leave the bloodstream longer.
It all depends on the amount you drink. You can even drink 4% beer for the most ..., so that for another two days there will be a hangover. Although, personally I do not understand where so much liquid can go.
Intoxication does not occur with the addition or increase in the degrees of alcohol consumed. When it enters the stomach, alcohol is absorbed through the walls, enters the bloodstream, and the liver enzyme alcohol dehydrogenase breaks it down. Accordingly, with an increase in the volume of drunk, the enzyme is not able to immediately work, and the person becomes "warmer and kinder")))