if my pupils dilate in the dark to let in more light in order to see more; why isn’t it really bright when they dilate while drunk?

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if my pupils dilate in the dark to let in more light in order to see more; why isn’t it really bright when they dilate while drunk?

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When drunk the pupils are slower to react to changes in light level. When light is flashed in the eyes to see if someone is drunk they are looking for a slow pupil response, not dilation.

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