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1,071 Possible Causes for Alcohol Breath

  • Pharyngitis

    Smoking cigarettes, consuming excessive alcohol, breathing in chemical fumes or air pollution, or swallowing substances that irritate or damage the lining of the throat can[] This may progress to inspiratory stridor and labored breathing.[] Chronic laryngitis will have a history of months to years of hoarseness, possible cough or accompanying heartburn and there may be a history of cigarette or alcohol abuse.[]

  • Acute Gastroenteritis

    […] machine or respirator Factors that increase your risk of acute gastritis include: taking NSAIDs taking corticosteroids drinking a lot of alcohol having major surgery kidney[] […] digestive diseases and disorders such as Crohn’s disease bile reflux cocaine use ingesting corrosive substances such as poison surgery kidney failure systemic stress being on a breathing[]

  • Chronic Alcoholism

    The consecutive ¹⁴C-D-xylose breath test database was reviewed and patients with the diagnosis of chronic alcoholism were identified. ¹⁴C-D-xylose breath test results of the[] The aim of this study was to prospectively evaluate small intestinal absorption in alcoholics using the (13)C-D-xylose breath test, and to relate the breath test results to[] The respiratory system becomes depressed, and the person will stop breathing.[]

  • Acute Alcohol Intoxication

    Blood or breath alcohol measurements were obtained on arrival. Hourly measurements of vital signs including capnography were recorded. Sixty-five subjects were analyzed.[] […] impairment in male social drinkers at 0.05% ascending breath alcohol concentration (BrAC), 0.08% peak BrAC and 0.05% descending BrAC.[] […] intoxication, these signs and symptoms will most likely be accompanied by an odor of alcohol on the breath.[]

  • Alcoholic Hepatitis

    Inability to breathe Brittle and breaking nails Loss of skin tone Rapid onset of jaundice Common signs of alcoholic hepatitis include Fever Ascites Proximal muscle loss All[] […] detectable concentrations by conventional breath analyzer.[] Signs of alcohol poisoning The symptoms and signs of alcohol poisoning are very variable but include: Being sick (vomiting).[]

  • Alcohol Abuse

    EFFECTS INCLUDE: Reduced inhibitions Slurred speech Motor impairment Confusion Memory problems Concentration problems Alcohol poisoning Breathing problems Car crashes and[] The last area of the brain affected by alcohol is our brain stem, which controls involuntary reflexes like telling your lungs to breathe, your heart to pump.[] A low dose of alcohol may cause a relaxing effect, whereas a medium dose may cause slurred speech, and a high dose of alcohol may produce breathing difficulties.[]

  • Ethanol

    Breath samples are considered to be good estimates of blood alcohol concentrations in most people but can be affected by alcohol consumption within the last few minutes, ketones[] Both the aroma of an alcoholic beverage and the smell noted on the breath of a person who has consumed it are due in part to the presence of congeners formed during brewing[] Exposure to ethanol can be in vapor form (breathing it in), skin/body contact or ingestion.[]

  • Alcoholic Ketoacidosis

    Ketoacidosis can be smelled on a person's breath. This smell is often described as smelling like nail polish remover or alcohol.[] Examination reveals Kussmaul breathing, variable volume loss, and coincident manifestations of chronic alcohol usage.[] Prolonged alcoholism may lead to alcoholic ketoacidosis . Ketoacidosis can be smelled on a person's breath.[]

  • Alcoholic Myopathy

    Symptoms include fatigue, shortness of breath, swelling, and cough.[] You might be an alcoholic with cardiomyopathy if you experience: Difficulty breathing. Unusual fatigue. Swelling in the legs and feet. Arrhythmia (irregular heartbeat).[] […] issues We were told that alcohol not good when the diaphram issue is a problem and I cannot remember why but know that it supresses something.[]

  • Alcoholic Neuropathy

    If he or she is a heavy drinker, it is irrelevant whether he is a functioning alcoholic or a skid-row alcoholic.[] In some cases, there is damage to the autonomic nervous system, which, among other things, affects heart rate and breathing.[]

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