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  • Answer: Depends whether the person in question has had either before, if they are experienced with them then i would say yes, but only a small amount of ambien
  • Answer: Narcotics, barbiturates and tranquilizers, all depressants, have similar effects. For that reason, they should never be taken with alcohol. The combined effects can be fatal.
  • Answer: It all depends on which has a higher alcohol prof. The proof tells you how much alcohol per serving youre actually consuming. The higher the proof the higher the concentration of alcohol.
  • Answer: Dizziness, headaches, tiredness and vomiting can be possible effects of abusing alcohol.
  • Answer: Alcohol is condisdered to be a poison and a toxin to the body. Alchohols major effects to the body are that of the Brain. When Alchohol is consumed it circulates around the body and eventually gets around to your brain. As you probably already know alcohol acts like a disinfectant and sterilization chemical. Alcohol that you drink has the same effect on the brain that it does to germs. In response to this the liver which acts like a filter to poisons and other parts of the body has to go into overtime to cleanse the toxins that were put into the body. This overloaded work for the liver can have major effects later in life including liver failure and the need for a liver transplant. Another effect that alcohol produces is neasue and dizzyness this is caused from alcohol killing part of your brain which makes you have that "drunk" feel. If to much alcohol is consumed you can actually can major brain damage and cause your brain altogether to stop working causing death. Most of the time though when you drink alot you pass out this is the onset to the brain shutting down non essential life sustaining functions such as consciousness.
  • Answer: Research extending back as far as 1926 has demonstrated that drinking in moderation is associated with better health and greater longevity than is either abstaining or abusing alcohol. The medical research evidence is now unquestionable and demonstrates that the effect is not the result of health-compromised alcoholics who abstain. When studies restrict abstainers to lifelong teetotalers the result is the same. Nor is it the result of moderate drinkers having better overall health habits. When lifestyle factors are taken into consideration, the result remains. And the effect occurs not only for red wine but also for white wine, beer, and liquor or distilled spirits.
    However, abusing alcohol is associated with health risks.
  • Answer: This depends almost entirely on the pattern of alcohol consumption. Moderate drinking, especially when done regularly, is associated with better health and greater longevity than abstaining. However, abusive consumption, particularly when done regularly, tends to increase health and safety risks.
  • Answer: damage to the brain and liver and be feel sick in the mourning
  • Answer: 1.acute intoxication
    2.with a long-term obuse - pancreatic and liver failure, gastric ulcer, etc
    3.all social consequences following substance obuse
  • Answer: After going into the human body it could cause some problems with the body. It could...-make your liver work harder-damage some of your brain cells-sometimes could cause a car crash or any other damage/ accident-cause sexual harassment-speed of heart rate
  • Answer: this can cause addiction to alcohol.....and this can heppen because family influense,problems,friends,etc....therer are many reasons why this can happen and why it affecs to a teenager it can also conduced you to do drugs and many other things
  • Answer: In all likelihood. However, ETG tests are extremely sensitive, so there is no guarantee. Most addiction professionals do not even think the tests should be used for compliance testing, because they will detect low levels of alcohol metabolites that could easily have come from sources other than drinking alcohol.
  • Answer: The subject tested has diabetes. The metabolism of starch creates ethanol in the blood and also causes a detectable level of acetone on the breath. (detected by breathalyzer)
  • Answer: for every drink you have you need at least an hour

What effects does mixing oxycodone and alcohol and ambien on blood alcohol concentration?

  • Oxycodone and ambien have no effect on alcohol concentration. They do have an effect on physical impairment. In most (if not all) states, a blood test may be administered to detect the level of the substance for purposes of determining both authorized consumption and level of impairment. A person with a medically authorized prescription for oxycodone or ambien may still be charged and convicted of DUI/DWI.

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