Robert M. has been in recovery since 1988. He is a sponsor and loyal member of AA. He has been working in the drug and alcohol field for nearly 20 years. During that time, he has written industry blogs and articles for a variety of industry websites including Transitions, Malibu Horizons, Behavioral Health of the Palm Beaches and Lifeskills of Boca Raton.
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Blood Alcohol Concentration & Sober Up Time Estimator×
The information presented should not take the place of your own responsible decisions about drinking alcohol, or about whether and when it will be safe for you to drive.
Example: If the answer in the left box was 0.094, then that is the estimated amount of alcohol in the blood (BAC) at the time when the person stopped drinking alcohol.
The number in the right box would be 6 hrs 16 min. That is the amount of time, after the person stopped drinking, it would take the average person to sober up to a BAC of 0.000.
If the person stopped drinking 10 hours ago, their BAC would have been at 0.00 about 4 hours ago from the time right now. If they stopped drinking 2 hours ago, then the BAC right now is at 0.062 and the BAC will be at 0.000 in approximately 4 hours and 20 minutes from now.