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Drug Testing Methods & Timelines for the Top 8 Most Abused Drugs

The top 8 most abused drugs can remain in the body for varying periods of time, depending on several factors such as:

  • When the drugs were last consumed
  • The volume of drugs taken
  • Whether you took multiple drugs at the same time
  • The frequency of use
  • Your weight, age, metabolism level, and amount of body fat

While some drugs, like alcohol and prescription benzodiazepines, are legal, or legalized, as recreational marijuana is in certain states, it does not mean your employer won’t still require you to submit to drug testing in the workplace.

What Drug Tests Are Used to Detect Drugs?

Several different drug tests can detect the presence of drugs in the body. The length of time the drugs can still be detected is dependent on the type of test used. For example, one of the more popular drug tests used to screen for drugs is a urine test. This test can detect drugs that have been used within the past two hours.

Other drug tests can detect drugs for days, weeks, or months after they were last used. To learn more about drug testing methods and timelines for the top 8 most abused drugs, we invite you to continue reviewing the following infographic.

Afterward, if you are worried about drugs being detected in your system, please feel free to browse our online store featuring products that could help bring peace of mind.

Infographic: Drug Testing Methods & Timelines for the Top 8 Most Abused Drugs

Posted by A. Shapiro
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