Between 0.3 and 0.5 g/l in the blood
Between 0.5 and 0.8 g/l in the blood
From 0.8 g/l in the blood
Fatal accident risk increased by:
Why women don’t abide alcohol as well as men?
The ethanol, which is a molecule responsible of drunkenness, spread more easily in “thin tissues” (liver and muscles), which contain a lot of water. More these tissues take in important place in the body in connection with fat, more the alcohol is diluted and the less we feel alcohol effects. The result is that the capacity to abide alcohol is not directly connected with the weight, but in connection with body mass and body fat, that’s why men are favoured…