HELP! Which of the following decreases the chances of an alcohol overdose:?

A
eating after drinking
B
keeping one's BAC in a safer range (well below 0.04%)
C
drinking coffee
D
all of the above

2) A person's BAC will go down if they:

A
drink coffee
B
take a cold shower
C
vomit
D
none of the above

3) High-risk drinking is defined as:

A
5 or more drinks on an occasion for women
B
6 or more drinks on an occasion for men
C
both a and b
D
neither a or b

B – Not drinking too much to begin with will definitely decrease the chances.

D – Nothing will make it go down because once the alcohol is in your bloodstream, you can't get it out. Vomiting definitely won't lower your levels because the alcohol has already been absorbed.

D – It doesn't matter whether you're a man or a woman. Your tolerance depends on your body build or other health factors. So it's hard to really define that in that question.

1 b
2 c
3 d

you mean alcohol POISONING?!

answer: eating before drinking and moderation.

2] time only does it
3] neither. continuous drinking is high-risk. where's the fun in not doin that though?!

1. B
2. D
3. C (I'm not completely sure about this one but I believe it's the right answer)

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HELP! Which of the following decreases the chances of an alcohol overdose:?
A
eating after drinking
B
keeping one's BAC in a safer range (well below 0.04%)
C
drinking coffee
D
all of the above

2) A person's BAC will go down if they:

A
drink coffee
B
take a cold shower
C
vomit
D
none of the above

3) …

idk

A. Keep the BAC in a safer range. If you eat after drinking too much, you will just have more to vomit or choke on. Purer grades means higher proof, so more purer grade will get you drunker.

idk ..i never been drunk before..but im working on looking for your answer on google….lol

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