How long does valium stay in your system? | DetoxTime4Drugs

What is valium?

Valium is the brand name for a drug called diazepam. Valium is a type of medicine called a benzodiazepine, which enhances the effects of a neurotransmitter called gamma-aminobutyric acid in the brain. The more GABA in the synopses of nerve cells, the less active the brain, which is why Valium is mainly used as a sedative or tranquilizer. Valium is also considered a hypnotic, anti-epileptic, and anxiolytic drug which affects the central nervous system as a general depressant.

Valium street names (Nicknames)

Vs, Benzos, Dead flower powers, Downers, Foo Foo, Howards, Sleepaway, Tanks

How long does valium stay in your hair?

For the majority of people, valium stays in body systems and can be detected by hair test for up to 90 days.

How long does valium stay in your saliva?

For the majority of people, valium stays in body systems and can be detected by saliva test from 1 to 10 days.

How long does valium stay in your urine?

For the majority of people, valium stays in body systems and can be detected by urine test from 7 to 10 days.

How long does valium stay in your blood?

For the majority of people, valium stays in body systems and can be detected by blood test from 6 to 48 hours.

The provided estimates are averaged and can vary upwards or downwards, depending upon many factors:

  • How long you have been taking valium;
  • Whether you have excessive weight;
  • Whether you have had physical activity before test;
  • Dehydration of your body;
  • Metabolism, height, age, sex and other factors.