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Transcript of Alcohol
In the Body...
A colorless liquid that is the intoxicating agent in fermented and distilled liquors
What types of alcohol do you know?
20% absorbed into the stomach
80% absorbed in the small intestine
Blood Alcohol Content (BAC): how much alcohol is in your blood
- 20 minutes
Loss of coordination
fermented grapes, fruit, & honey
Alcohol per bottle: 12%
Serving size: 4 - 5 oz glass
brewed and fermented starches (barley, wheat, etc)
Alcohol per can 5%
Serving size: 12 oz glass
alcoholic beverage made by distillation
Alcohol per bottle 40% - 80%
Serving size: 1.5 oz shot
What are the 3 categories?
motor movement & decision making
Lose control over emotions and have a chance of passing out
Heart rate, body temperature, appetite, consciousness
or more drinks
or more drinks
in one sitting/on one occasion
10% of women and 19% of men reported being assaulted as a result of alcohol.
being physically hurt
physically hurting others
being taken advantage of sexually
taking advantage of someone else sexually
How alcohol moves through an adult's body vs a teen's body
All have .6 ounce of pure alcohol
Blood Alcohol Content
How much alcohol is in my blood?
.02 - .05
1 - 2 Drinks
Slight muscle relaxation
Slight Mood Change
.05 - .10
impairment of reaction time
impairment of judgement
impairment of muscle control
Body Fat %
Amount and speed consumed
You need MORE to feel the SAME
Tolerance does NOT affect BAC
Just because you cant FEEL the difference does not change the AMOUNT of alcohol in your body
What makes me feel "Drunk"
What are some of the dangers of binge drinking?
Why might having several drinks on one occasion affect a teenager differently than it does an adult?
Why do you think teenagers may binge drink more often than adults?