What is in the Alcohol
Alcohol includes many intoxicating chemicals such as alcohol, hops, yeast, sugar, malt, barley and water.
How Passive Drinking works
When alcohol comes into contact with the skin it can leach through the epidermis though reverse osmosis. Once the alcohol has passed into the skin it enters the blood stream through small capillaries in the skin used to give off heat. Generally, places used to drink alcohol are places such as bars, pubs and nightclubs, which are warm. As a result the alcohol can enter though the capillary walls into the blood stream. Many volatile drinks do not require the drink to be spilt but simply enter the eye and skin from the air.
Short Term Effects of Passive Drinking
The results of Second hand alcohol are similar to drinking. The affected person begins to lose concentration over the course of several hours of being affected. In areas of high drink spillage the person starts to lose balance, verbal abilities and is soon unfit to drive. The person then begin to have impaired judgement, in extreme cases people have been known to jump from cliffs and tall buildings in an attempt to fly, one such person however, forgot he needed to fall and needed to ask for directions from Google on the way down.
Long Term Effects of Passive Drinking
Passive drinking over a large time-scale can result in a beer belly (extreme weight gain), fatty deposits in the liver resulting in damage. Beer causes the destruction of brain cells which are unable to be regenerated or regrown. In fact, medical professors and medical students know that a drinker’s brain is almost worthless in teaching anatomy. Such a brain is usually saturated with watery fluid, and the nervous system has wasted away.
Controversies of Second Hand Alcohol
There is some disagreement over passive drinking, some people believe that spilt beer and alcohol cannot enter the body through the skin and that many affects felt are simply the effected drinking the alcohol. Other people think that the effects of passive drinking are grossly under estimated and they are greater risk to health than drinking alcohol.