It is common to perform forensic alcohol testing on driver’s. One of the most common causes of auto accidents is also one of the main criminals. Despite the fact that breath alcohol concentrations continue to be the most important evidence in instances of confirmed drunk driving, such analytical methods are often lacking (Thompson & Manore, 2017). Max claims that three drinks may not be enough to make it dangerous for a driver to drink. In fact, the effects of alcohol on the body are dependent on the dose as well as a number of variables. The body mass index, as well as the contents of your stomach determine the peak alcohol concentration in blood. Absorption rates rise when alcohol is absorbed quickly into the jejunum and duodenum (Eker et. al., 2019,). Consuming alcohol right after eating reduces metabolism and increases absorption rates. Due to their small somatic water capacities, people with high body masses, like Max, will likely experience faster absorption of alcohol. This can have severe physiological consequences. Max likely had a higher metabolic rate after the long football match, which exposed him to alcohol with a lower stomach (Teschke (2018)). It was possible that Max drove recklessly due to his high blood alcohol content.
Ingesting beverages with high levels of ethanol can lead to faster absorption. Blood flow to the liver was the key determinant of the alcohol’s pharmacokinetics. The liver cells had been exposed to high levels of alcohol, and the liver cells became ineligible for removing it. Max may have felt tachycardic following a hard workout. Rapid blood flow was observed to the liver as well as the other parts of the body. This increased the alcohol bioavailability in the bloodstream quickly. Dehydration also increased alcohol’s effects in his body.
Max may experience a range of effects from three bottles of alcohol, depending on Max’s medical condition prior to consumption and many other factors.