How Long Does The Drug Content Disappear In Urine And Blood?
Good evening, I want to ask … I stopped using meth methamphetamine 2 months ago. How long has the substance lost in urien and blood? Has it been lost for 2 months and 3 months?
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First of all, congratulations on trying and successfully stopping using methamphetamine for 2 months, and hopefully it will continue. Methamphetamine is one type of potent central nervous system stimulant, and is one of the most abused drugs. The use of this substance can cause pupillary enlargement, palpitations, nausea, vomiting, difficulty concentrating, shortness of breath, stroke, to death. In addition, methamphetamine can also cause dependence, so that it can damage the future of its users.
Examination to determine the history of methamphetamine use can be detected through examining urine, sweat, saliva (saliva), as well as hair. The duration until this substance is detected depends on the amount of substance consumed, as well as several factors such as kidney function, hydration status, and several other factors. In principle, methamphetamine has a half-life of around 12-34 hours, which means that in this period the amount of the remaining substance will be half compared to before. In short, methamphetamine can generally be detected in urine about 2-3 days after the last use, but in high and chronic (long-term) doses it can take about 10 days to be completely removed from serum or body fluids. Some sources also mention that on a hair examination, it can still be detected up to 90 days after the last use.
Some things you can do for your health are:
Get used to a healthy lifestyle, with adequate rest, eat nutritious food, and physical activity (exercise) regularly Avoid cigarettes, alcohol, or illegal drugs, and relationships that can lead to these things Conduct positive activities, such as sports , art activities, worship activities, and others. Thus, hopefully it can be useful.