Traffic School, TLSAE Test Answers ★ Absorption of Alcohol 3

Question: The faster alcohol is consumed, the faster it reaches the __________.
A.) Brain
B.) Liver
C.) Bloodstream
D.) Stomach

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Bloodstream


Question: True or False: Before drinkers can even feel the effect of the alcohol on their systems, it's already in the bloodstream.
A.) TRUE
B.) FALSE

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TRUE


Question: The lack of alcohol digestion and almost immediate introduction into the bloodstream responds deteriorating fast attack when you consume alcohol.
A.) TRUE
B.) FALSE

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TRUE


Question: Your body reacts to an alarm reaction by releasing _______ into your blood stream.
A.) salt
B.) glucose
C.) adrenaline
D.) water

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adrenaline (hormones)


Question: Adrenaline stimulates your senses preparing you to fight or flee from a dangerous situation.
A.) TRUE
B.) FALSE

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TRUE


Question: Alcohol lack of digestion and almost immediate introduction into the bloodstream accounts for the rapid onset of impairment when you consume alcohol.
A.) TRUE
B.) FALSE

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TRUE


Question: Once alcohol is in the bloodstream, it______spreads through the body.
A.) slowly
B.) quickly
C.) does not
D.) none of the above

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quickly


Question: Eating before drinking an alcoholic beverage slows down but does not prevent the absorption of alcohol into the bloodstream.
A.) TRUE
B.) FALSE

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TRUE

EXPLANATION: Eating before and while drinking slows down the passage of alcohol from the stomach to the small intestine. Because 80% of the alcohol is absorbed into the bloodstream from the small intestine, having food in the stomach that absorbs some of the alcohol will help slow absorption of alcohol into the bloodstream.


Question: Once alcohol has passed into the large intestine it is______absorbed into the bloodstream.
A.) slowly
B.) not
C.) quickly
D.) none of the above

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quickly


Question: Eating before drinking an alcoholic beverage slows down but does not prevent the absorption of alcohol into the bloodstream.
A.) TRUE
B.) FALSE

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TRUE


Question: Alcohol begins to affect a person's abilities
A.) After it is digested
B.) Once it reaches the stomach
C.) Almost the moment it enters the body
D.) Once it reaches the small intestine

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Almost the moment it enters the body

EXPLANATION: Alcohol begins to affect a person's abilities almost the moment it enters the body. Alcohol is not digested. It is absorbed directly and quickly into the bloodstream through the walls and linings of the stomach and small intestine.


Question: Once alcohol enters the bloodstream it is quickly circulated to the _________, which impairs judgment and reasoning, the most critical skills needed by drivers.
A. brain

Question: When the liver and kidneys are overburdened by chronic alcohol use, they can increase __________
A.) the rate of metabolism of nutrients
B.) the production of white blood cells
C.) the amount of harmful substances released into the bloodstream
D.) Both A and C

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the amount of harmful substances released into the bloodstream


Question: Along with removing drugs from the body, the kidneys also __________.
A.) balance pH levels
B.) release hormones that regulate blood pressure
C.) release hormones into the stomach
D.) Both A and B

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Both A and B EXPLANATION: The kidneys also remove certain drugs from the body, balance the body’s fluids, release hormones that regulate blood pressure, produce an active form of vitamin D3 that is necessary for strong, healthy bones and finally, the kidneys also control the production of red blood cells.


Question: Alchohol reduces the amount of oxygen that enters your bloodstream by
A.) Decreasing brain function
B.) Slowing down your respiration
C.) Increasing your heart rate
D.) All of the above

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Slowing down your respiration


Question: When blockages in the bloodstream reach the brain, they can cause __________.
A.) stroke
B.) heart failure
C.) hallucinations
D.) All of the above

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stroke


Question: Which of the following is NOT a factor that affects how much alcohol per hour your liver can clear from your blood?
A.) Gender
B.) Weight
C.) Practice

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Practice


Question: A person who has kept a significant amount of alcohol in his or her bloodstream at all times for a number of years may die if he or she stops drinking alcohol for too long.
A.) TRUE
B.) FALSE

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TRUE


Question: A person who suddenly stops drinking alcohol after having kept a significant amount in his or her body for many years may_________.
A person who suddenly stops drinking alcohol after having kept a significant amount in his or her body for years may __________.
A.) continue to feel impaired
B.) need to start eating more
C.) have significantly more energy
D.) die

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die


Question: __________ introduces drugs into muscle or directly into the bloodstream.
A.) Absorption
B.) Injection
C.) Inhalation
D.) Ingestion

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Injection


Question: Injecting a drug provides a more immediate effect because __________.
A.) the drug enters the bloodstream directly
B.) of the user's understanding of the risk involved
C.) of the pain of injection
D.) the drug bypasses the bloodstream

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the drug enters the bloodstream directly

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