There are a number of factors that can alter the length of time that meth will remain in your system. These include the frequency of use, the dose and functionality of the kidneys and liver (these organs flush the drug out of the system and if they are not functioning at maximum efficiency then it will linger for longer). This can mean that occasional users are able to flush the drug out of their systems quicker, while long-term users require more and more time to eradicate all traces of it from their bodies.
Learn just how long Meth will stay In a person’s system in this infographic from South Shores Recovery.
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