How long does it take alcohol to leave your system? It depends on these factors. 

Amount of Alcohol Consumed: The more alcohol you consume, the longer it typically takes for your body to metabolize and eliminate it. Binge drinking or heavy drinking can prolong the time it remains in your system. 

Body Weight and Composition: Alcohol is water-soluble and distributes throughout the body based on water content. People with higher body fat tend to have a lower percentage of water, which can affect how alcohol is metabolized and excreted. 

Metabolism Rate: Each person's metabolism is different, affecting how quickly alcohol is broken down. Factors such as age, gender, genetics, and overall health can influence metabolism speed. 

Food Intake: Consuming food while drinking alcohol can slow down its absorption into the bloodstream. However, it doesn't necessarily speed up the elimination process once alcohol is already in the system. 

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Liver Function: The liver is primarily responsible for metabolizing alcohol. Individuals with liver disease or compromised liver function may metabolize alcohol more slowly. 

Hydration Level: Staying hydrated can help facilitate alcohol elimination through urine. Dehydration can slow down this process. 

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