When will I be sober? Well, let’s look at that in more details then let’s together challenge what society tells us about when will I be sober. I, for one, absolutely believe in challenging the status quo as we make new breakthroughs in science and technology. We made such incredible progress in the last 30 years surely we made progress getting people sober faster. Without hangovers.
Lets start with the average time it takes for your body to process a drink of alcohol. The makers of the very handy When Will We Be Sober calculator agree that “An average liver can process approximately 1 unit of alcohol per hour. Meaning that if you drink eight units, it takes you roughly 8 hours to fully sober up.”
This is a universally accepted fact: one drink, one hour to process. Give or take a few minutes because, well; you got a unique body. Moreover, we all handle alcohol different on different days, depending on anything from our sleep patterns to our biorhythms, to our immune systems.
However, to apply the formula: if you indulge in a few more “units” than 8? Let’s say you put away 11 units (1 unit – 1 drink). You will need 11 hours plus another 1.5 hours to recover, totaling 12.5 hours. If you consume more than 12 units of alcohol without a reasonably long break, you will allocate one hour for each unit (12 hours) and then multiply that by 1.5 – so, in that case, you will not be considered “sober” for 18 hours! When will I be sober suddenly becomes an incredibly fascinating question – right?
Watch the Mythbuster from Discovery Channel testing ways to get sober. Well worth a watch. Not commenting on how scientifically sound and reliable the results. But still worth a watch.
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Apart from the SoberOn factor, it is also worthy to mention that one person’s favorite drink. The one that allows them to have a great time but keeps them from slipping into the trash zone. That drink may be the one that tips you into “wild and disorderly” status. Perhaps one of the flavorings in that drink just doesn’t agree with you. Keep a check on what you take in and how it affects you.
Your body is a machine, in a manner of speaking. Big machines may use up a lot more fuel than smaller ones. Also, very fit, high-performance machines will get a lot more “zing” per unit of fuel. It’s no different with human bodies.
Fit people needs only a small amount of alcohol to get rat-faced. But, while they might be the drunkest the quickest, they also sober up the fastest. So for them the answer to when will I be sober is quicker than normal folks.
A huge 100% beef weightlifter over 6’3” takes a lot longer to get drunk, but once drunk it normally takes longer for them to sober up.
Point is, these statistics only guesses at the averages person’s ability to say when will I be sober once well over the limit and way pass “keeping it tidy”.
Drinking on an empty stomach? Don’s ask when will I be sober but rather how quickly will I get completely hammered. Well, most drinking people experienced the reality of drinking on an empty stomach. Fact is – a great way to get drunk and stay drunk for longer is to drink with no food in the tank. The reason being that food in the stomach already begins to absorb the alcohol. This means your body need to digest the food slowing down the speed at which alcohol gets released into your bloodstream. Obviously, you will not get as drunk, at least not as quickly, if you ate before you drink. Also, you sober up faster if you eat, for the same reasons.
Marygrace Taylor, writing for Mens’ Health, suggests that “if you start drinking alcohol (a sedative) while you’re tired, you might feel drunker than you really are.” If you slept bad the night before, alcohol might affect you more. Recovering from that drunkenness takes longer than someone who slept well the night before. When will I be sober? When you drink lots of fluids, and you get some well-deserved sleep. Not enough time? Well, in that case, make sure you get some SoberOn to tremendously speed up your recovery.
Dangerous ground! We at SoberOn supports responsible drinking and strongly advise getting the go-ahead from your GP! Meds influence when I will be sober so tread carefully. Medicine and alcohol often interact, and you might experience heightened drunkenness much sooner. There are many stories of people on meds taking alcohol and going bonkers. Despite this, you might damage your body. Take it easy and play it safe! Go and get that medical approval to drink, or see if there are any other alternative medications that could allow you to let loose a little from time to time. When taking meds for a limited time, avoid the bottle until your chemistry allows. Look after yourself, please!
At the end of the day, it doesn’t really matter how you got drunk, or why you got drunk easier than normal. No matter if you’re small, hungry or sleep-deprived. The point – you got drunk, and it takes approximately one hour per drink to sober up. A Little longer for very excessive intake or if other factors like any of those listed above plays a role.
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