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The Blood Alcohol Content (BAC) Calculator

Last Updated on May 5, 2024 by DALA Staff Writer

The Blood Alcohol Content (BAC) Calculator from Omni Calculator is designed to estimate the percentage of alcohol in your blood based on various inputs such as the type and amount of alcohol consumed, your body weight, gender, and the time elapsed since drinking. It considers factors that influence alcohol metabolism differently among individuals, such as gender and weight.

Additionally, the calculator provides insights on how different BAC levels might affect your behavior, offering a scale of impairment symptoms with increasing BAC. For those interested in ensuring they are sober before undertaking activities like driving, it also estimates when your BAC will return to zero. This tool is useful for understanding alcohol’s effects on the body and for making informed decisions about alcohol consumption​ (Source: Omni Calculator)​.

The BAC calculator below can tell you:

  • How drunk you are (regardless of how you feel).
  • How long you need to get back to total sobriety.
  • How the three most common alcohol types affect your blood alcohol content.
BAC Calculator (Blood Alcohol Content)
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