So, how long does alcohol take to REALLY leave your system?

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15/09/2005 at 10:55
1 unit per hour



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15/09/2005 at 10:55
suzuki-boy wrote
I haven't had a booze drink for a month now :halo: and wondered how long alcohol takes to completely leave your system, including the organs it affects - liver and others?

Cheers, or not as the case may be.



me too...just putting my halo back on..

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15/09/2005 at 10:57
Chunks wrote
1 unit per hour


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15/09/2005 at 10:57
I've wondered that - after hard dinking for 18 years I've managed to give up for 2 months, and want to know when it's safe to get back on the booze

drinking is not the answer, but it may help you forget the question :burp:
15/09/2005 at 10:57
I wish I was a serious and regular pisshead sometimes. I had a hangover this am after 3 pints of session bitter in 2 hours last night, I would have been barely over the driving limit

Didn't even get to earn my headache
15/09/2005 at 10:59
Traces of alcohol can still be found in the body for up to 6 months or more.


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15/09/2005 at 11:02
Taipan wrote
Traces of alcohol can still be found in the body for up to 6 months or more.

I thought traces of alcohol could occur naturally, which is why the zero drink drive limit people bleat on about is crap.

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15/09/2005 at 11:03
Chunks wrote
1 unit per hour

...for a man!

1 unit per hour and a half for women!

20 minutes after your first drink, for your metabilism to start!

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15/09/2005 at 11:03
In the case of one woman I came across last week.....a very long time. She was still blowing over twice the limit at half three the next afternoon
15/09/2005 at 11:07
Mate of mine crashed his car, pinning a jogger to some railings late the morning after a session. Was well over the limit, but was let off by the WPC after being breathalised in the back of a transit....

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15/09/2005 at 11:09
I find it easier to never let it completely leave :smoke:

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15/09/2005 at 11:10
suzuki-boy wrote
I haven't had a booze drink for a month now :halo: and wondered how long alcohol takes to completely leave your system, including the organs it affects - liver and others?

Cheers, or not as the case may be.



Heh Amigo! Why for you do like dis?

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15/09/2005 at 11:12
Mussels wrote
I thought traces of alcohol could occur naturally, which is why the zero drink drive limit people bleat on about is crap.


Dunno, but my mate said on his rehab alki course thing, they could check your progress and tell if you'd consumed any alkihol for up to 6 months afterwards. I suppose they could be scaremongering though?

But I'm sure I heard a similar thing with getting your license back earlier after a DD charge?


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15/09/2005 at 11:46
Mine never leaves :burnout:
15/09/2005 at 11:49
My Father-in-law reckons, "you should always have alkihol in your system as it kills of all kinds of bugs and God knows what". He's rarely, if ever, ill, so he may have a point!


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15/09/2005 at 11:50
suzuki-boy wrote
Liver function all fine and dandy. But as someone who's used booze on a regular basis thought it would be a good idea to just give the liver/body a complete break, while doing other things like exercising more, drinking more water and taking that supplement that's supposed to be ace for your liver, Milk Thistle.

It's surprising how quickly you get used to going into the pub and having something else instead.



I haven't had a drink for six days now, which is something of a record for me. Do you really get used to going to the pub and drinking something else? Don't you get bored as everybody else gets pissed?

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15/09/2005 at 11:50
Dodgy Geezer wrote
I wish I was a serious and regular pisshead sometimes. I had a hangover this am after 3 pints of session bitter in 2 hours last night, I would have been barely over the driving limit

Didn't even get to earn my headache


Must have been the beer we were on. I only had two and earned myself a nasty headache this morning.

Lame, innit?
15/09/2005 at 13:12
KR1Slapper wrote
I haven't had a drink for six days now, which is something of a record for me.


Fuckin weirdo.
15/09/2005 at 13:16
Taipan wrote
My Father-in-law reckons, "you should always have alkihol in your system as it kills of all kinds of bugs and God knows what". He's rarely, if ever, ill, so he may have a point!


But also an alcholic

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15/09/2005 at 13:17
KR1Slapper wrote
I haven't had a drink for six days now, which is something of a record for me. Do you really get used to going to the pub and drinking something else? Don't you get bored as everybody else gets pissed?


scotch bird sobers up type shocker.

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