Alcohol requires no digestion and is metabolized before many other nutrients. About 20% of the alcohol you drink passes through the stomach wall and can reach the brain within one minute.The remaining 80% passes through the small intestine before entering the bloodstream.
As Blood Alcohol Concentration (BAC) continues to rise, you begin to lose control of your cognitive functions and motor skills. Before you go drinking on an empty stomach, consider the following infographic from Total DUI which shows how alcohol travels through your body.
While emergence into early adulthood seems to be coupled with a decline in alcohol consumption, there are other surprising factors influencing whether or not you belly up to the bar. In this infographic from Total Divorce, you will learn about divorce differences in men and women, as well as how your relationship status influences how much you drink.
Head over to Boston if you’re looking for a drink. As one of the drunkest cities, you’ll be sure to have a good time. Learn about some of the most interesting facts about alcohol, like the most expensive bar bill and top imported beers, with this infographic brought to you by Merwins Liquors.
Have you ever wondered why after a few drinks people start to look more attractive, and you start to be more flirty? Well, wonder no more. This infographic presented by Free Dating.co.uk illustrates the science behind the dreaded beer goggles. Check it out below to learn more.
Many people feel that they’re drinking safely, but they often do they have misconceptions about how much they can actually drink before they are drunk?. The following infographic from Duffy’s Napa Valley Rehab is a guide to help answer some of these questions.
For better or worse, getting drunk and getting an education go hand in hand at college. BestCollegesOnline.org takes a look at the science behind the intoxification process. Plastered, wasted, three sheets to the wind; whatever you call it, all drinkers go through pretty much the same biological process to arrive at the destination of intoxication.
Nearly 17.6 million Americans are alcoholics or have alcohol problems. The effects of alcohol abuse are wide-reaching, from health and safety to economic productivity – to death from abuse or drunk driving. This infographic, published by Screening for Mental Health, covers useful information on alcohol abuse; including alcoholism symptoms, binge drinking, military alcohol abuse, youth drinking and more.
You may be drunker than you think 0r feel. It doesn’t take many drinks to impair your abilities and put your health at risk. This infographic, published by Sober.com and discovered at Infographics Archive, illustrates the various impacts of a 170 lbs. man consuming one drink every twenty minutes.
Those who indulge in alcohol, even the biggest winos, live longer than people who don’t drink at all, and moderate drinkers live the longest. But why? This infographic published by 100Plus looks at some interesting trends to discover why drinkers tend to live longer. Also see which demographics and US states drink the smartest.
In this infographic from Total DUI, learn how light beer is made and what makes it “lighter” than its counterparts. Additionally some information is provided on which types of drinks will get you drunk faster as well as other factors that determine how quickly a person might get intoxicated.
Having a drink while shopping online is not an uncommon thing for many in the UK. While many actions ‘under the influence’ are not advised, shopping online seems to be harmless enough and takes the edge off of the cash that is leaving your bank account. This infographic investigates the characteristics of these online shoppers and shares some of the consequences they face while shopping under the influence.
Certification Map has created this Infographic to help support the prevention of drunk and drugged driving by sharing shocking, informative and preventative facts relating to drunk and drugged driving. The general idea is to raise awareness of the month of drunk and drugged driving prevention as well as motivate citizens across the nation to act in a way that promotes safe driving.