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1 Day, 30 Days or 90 Days How Long Does Meth Stay In Your Body?

We all know the dangers of Methamphetamine. It is an artificial drug created using common products found at the store.

If you are abstaining, how long till it becomes undetectable? Unless you are independently wealthy, you will eventually need employment. If you pass the interview and have the skills for a job, then you will have to take a drug test.

So how long does meth stay around?

The National Highway Safety Administration states that meth can show up in your urine for up to 1 to 4 days. And up to a week if you are a heavy user. Meth can stay in your hair for 90 days. These are averages, but many factors contribute to how fast your body flushes meth.

The liver can only detoxify a certain amount (of anything) at a time. Even casual but consistent use can accumulate – which makes passing the urine test difficult. Your age is also a factor. Younger people have higher metabolisms than older people, so they will pass the meth faster.

You may no longer be as healthy as when you started meth. Like age, a healthy body processes toxins faster than one in poor health. Meth is an artificial drug made from chemicals bought from the store. There is very little that is natural that goes in and out normally.

You may think of drinking a lot of water to help the process, but diluted urine is also an indicator in drug test. According to Solutions Recovery’s Lab Assistant Dylan Greg, “If your urine is flushed with water, it would be invalid.”

If you are anyone else needs help with addiction, please call Solutions Recovery at 702-854-2404 or use our online form.

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