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The Fourth Most Common Symptom Of Marijuana Detox Is Anger. This anger can range from a slow burning rage to constant irritability to sudden bursts of anger. These bursts of anger can be targeted at the world, loved ones, oneself, anger at being an addict and even anger at having to get clean. Emotional mood swings are very common, with emotions bouncing back and forth between depression, anger and euphoria. Also you might have fear or anxiety, a loss of the sense of humor, decreased sex drive, or hopefully an increased sex drive. Most all of these symptoms fade to normal emotions by three months. Loss of concentration for the first week or month is common and this sometimes affects the ability to learn for a short time.
Note On The Drug Detection Time For The Blood Drug Test: A blood drug test looks for the presence of the actual drug in your blood. The blood drug test is most often used to determine the presence of current health issues such as nicotine, diabetes, HIV/AIDS, cholesterol levels, hepatitis and other things of concerning overall health. Most drugs have a detection period of less than 2 days. The exceptions are THC and Nicotine, which chronic use can be detected for several weeks. The blood drug test is often given along with a urine drug test, so be ready for both.