Meth Withdrawal

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Individual body physiology, the length of abuse, and the type of Methamphetamine being consumed help determine the severity of the withdrawal.


When methamphetamine is abused, your body will naturally develop a dependency on the drug. The moment your body gets too familiar with the drug, you would require a lot more frequent and increased doses. This is called tolerance.
Although you may feel the effects of Methamphetamine quickly, the drug leaves your body as fast it enters. This leads to a “crash” and can heighten dependency and tolerance.

So, the moment you stop taking in the substance, it causes withdrawal. You may experience the methamphetamine withdrawal symptoms within the withdrawal timeline.


The symptoms of methamphetamine withdrawal could show up in several ways. Signs and symptoms of meth withdrawal may include:

These are a few symptoms that show up as a result of methamphetamine withdrawal. Yet, these are not all there is to it, and you may experience some symptoms that are not listed.


Once you fall into methamphetamine withdrawal, there are three stages that it passes through before you feel better. They are called the stages of withdrawal:

Stage 1

The first stage sets in a couple of hours after the last consumption. In this initial stage of methamphetamine withdrawal, depression is the most common symptom at this point, and you may seek isolation.

Stage 2

The second stage of methamphetamine withdrawal sets in within 24 to 72 hours after the last took a dose of Meth. The following symptoms would occur:

Stage 3

At Stage three, of the methamphetamine withdrawal timeline occurs over the next 72 to 120 hours. Here you may witness a few meth withdrawal symptoms like:

Stage 4

Stage 4 is where the methamphetamine withdrawal symptoms peaks and then drops radically. Before you get an improvement, you may witness the following:

After going through these symptoms, in the next 7 to 14 days, the symptoms may begin to depreciate.


No one can measure their exact methamphetamine withdrawal timeline as they are more personal. However, the anticipated timeline is expected to begin as early as a couple of hours after your last intake.

You may notice that the symptoms may progress and worsen over the next few weeks. Still, even in severe cases, your withdrawal shouldn’t exceed two weeks.


Meth withdrawals indicate the problem, but it has to be treated. A few Meth Withdrawal treatments are:1


If you or a loved one needs help, please call us at
623-523-4748 and our team at Blueprints For Recovery in Arizona will help.

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