Blood Alcohol Content (BAC) Calculator
Blood Alcohol Content, or BAC, refers to the percentage of alcohol in a person’s bloodstream, and can be measured within 30-70 minutes after drinking. Contrary to popular belief, nothing can lower BAC except time-coffee, cold showers, and chugging glasses of water will not help you sober up any faster.
Curious what your BAC might be? Use our calculator to estimate- but don’t forget that everyone metabolizes alcohol differently! Our calculator can give you an approximate BAC level, but do not rely upon it to determine if you’re fit to drive or work.
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