The amount of alcohol in the body is measured in blood alcohol concentration (BAC) levels. Also known as blood alcohol content, BAC is the percentage of alcohol in the blood. For example, in the United States, a BAC of 0.1 would mean that the individual’s blood is 0.1% alcohol. In most countries, a BAC 0.08 is considered legally intoxicated. A person’s BAC is the most common measure of how much alcohol remains in their system.
The amount of time that it takes for the body to process alcohol depends on a large number of factors. Some of the most important include:
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