Methamphetamine is commonly called as meth, speed, or chalk is an intense synthetic central nervous system stimulant that creates a fast, euphoric high which soon diminishes, causing a crash that motivates the user to seek more. Below infographic visually demonstrates the impact of using Meth on the central nervous system. As this infographic shows, along with a trail of destruction from the brain to the blood vessels, meth also leaves its fingerprint in your urine, blood and hair. Depending on the test used, this fingerprint can be detected up to there months after the drug was last ingested, and even longer if the user has health problems, is addicted, or has used other drugs. How Long Does Meth Stays In Your System By South Shores

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