Every motorist knows that getting behind the wheel drunk is strictly prohibited. First of all, by such unscrupulous behavior the motorist puts both numerous fellow motorists and pedestrians at risk. Moreover, the “driver under the influence” endangers himself and his loved ones in the cabin. If you come across the checkup in such kind, the driver is guaranteed to be deprived of driving license. But there is one problem with the dragster. It is not only alcoholic beverages that can show ppm in your blood.
Not only alcohol-containing drinks will show a positive result in the form of ppm when tested with a breathalyzer. Moreover, in some cases, ethanol in the blood can appear even on an empty stomach. The fact is that in some people in stressful situations, the body produces an increased amount of this substance, which can result in blood intoxication, as after drinking an alcoholic beverage. But most importantly, the ppm confidently shows some foods that are absolutely harmless at first glance.
It is important to remember the general rule: ppm on the breathalyzer consistently show any food that uses fermentation processes, as well as foods that are impregnated with alcohol during cooking. So.
First: non-alcoholic beer. This drink is by no means an “escape” for drinkers who like to knock it over. On the breathalyzer such drink can show from 0.1 to 0.4 ppm.
Second: chocolates, rum bars, some other baked goods. Many baked goods today are treated with alcoholic liquids for softness. As a result, all of the above can show 0.1 to 0.3 ppm.
Third: kefir, yogurt, and koumiss. These products easily show up to 0.6 ppm in the blood.
Fourth: Some fruits and juices. For example, an orange can show up to 0.2 ppm. Banana – up to 0.22 ppm. Orange juice, up to 0.3 ppm.
Fifth: black bread with butter and smoked sausage – up to 0.2 ppm.
Sixth: any alcohol-containing medicines. Here we have numerous throat sprays, motherwort, corvalol, valokordin, calendula, valerian, hawthorn, and many other tinctures. The list of medications given is not complete. Medications show from 0.1 to 0.5 ppm.
Finally, it is worth mentioning that the increased release of ethanol in the body can provoke even obsessive (or not so) thoughts about alcohol. It is scientifically proven that such fantasies can increase the blood alcohol content up to 0.12 ppm.