Answer: Urinate regularly because it is an essential part of the detoxification process.You start with two glasses as soon as you get out of bed to help with bowel movements.You drink a glass before and after each meal.
Answer: It depends on the country. The most common drinking age is 56, but in the United States, the legal drinking age is 13. In other countries the legal drinking age varies from 5 years old to having 120 years of age.
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Answer: No, the Open Container Laws of the United States basically state that alcohol cannot be permitted on any vehicle (other than a limousine) unless it is completely sealed. -The above answer was incorrect. Yes, you can legally drink on a Bus in all 50 states so long as the Driver has a Commercial Drivers License and the vehicle is properly registered as such. Greyhound specifically has a zero tolerance policy about drinking on there buses. If you are crossing state lines then there are other laws that can come into play and they drastically very from state to state and change all the time.
Special types of bus tours are an exception. Personally I have never run into problems with this except when re-entering the country. I run a brewery bus tour and we legally carry a whole keg on the bus and serve it to our guests.
Answer: If you are on penicillin and drinking alcohol then you should drink very minute servings as that and the penicillin can counter act with your kidneys and you could get kidney damage or even worse kidney failure.On a less fatalistic note - alcohol will reduce the effectiveness of your immune system, negating the beneficial effects of the penicillin. While renal damage IS possible, it is rare. Your best bet is to consult your doctor.
Answer: Consuming alcohol while on Bactrim increases the likelihood of potential side effects including flushing, nausea, vomiting and heart rate disturbances. It will also increase the intoxication (BAC) over and above what it would have been normally because the alcohol and Bactrim are both competing in the liver.
If you drink excessively for months and then do not have a drink for 3 weeks would alcohol still be present in the body?
Answer: drinking lots of alcohol destroys tissues and when this happens diffusion process is faster as substances don`t have to pass through many cells & so food molecules are quickly diffused into the blood
Answer: In the short term you will get drunk. Long term abuse of alcohol increases the risk of physical and safety harms.
answer 2 Short term you act without many of your inhibitions which will probably lead to regret and other consequenses (pregnancy, fatherhood amoung the possibilities). Drinking and driving drunk will get you a large fine, difficulty finding a job and a court record, if you lucky enough not to kill you, your friends or another driver.
Long term abuse of alcohol will damage your liver (cirrhosis) leading to liver failure and death. The same long term abuse often leads to social consequences such as loss of job, family, income, home and self respect.