General Information about Xanax
Xanax, otherwise known by the generic name of Alprazolam, is frequently prescribed to individuals suffering from depression, anxiety, and panic disorders. As a member of the benzodiazepine family, Xanax is noted for its ability to promote a sense of calm assurance and relaxation by slowing down the central nervous system for limited periods of time.
How Long Does Xanax Stay in Your System?
Residual concentrations of Xanax have been detected in the system through urine analysis from three days to one week after ingesting the drug. Individual results for testing cases will vary due to the influence of a variety of physiological and behavioral factors impacting the manner in which the drug is eliminated from the body. The range of physiological and behavioral factors influencing how long any drug remains in the system include body weight, height, age, stress levels, general physical health, and the amount of regular physical activity or exercise. Other factors that directly impact drug concentration levels in the system include diet, nutrition, daily water intake, current medications, medical conditions, and alcoholic consumption. Having said all of this, however, it is important to remember that the actual amount or dosage of the drug ingested daily greatly determines the level of concentration detected through urine analysis. The frequency of drug dosing per day and the overall length of time taking the drug are important factors to keep in mind when estimating the duration of testing positive for drug concentrations in the body.
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