Muscle Relaxant

Meds that have musculoskeletal relaxant and sedative properties and act as nervous system depressants are known as muscle relaxants.

They’re used in the right combination with physical therapies, enough rest and other treatment options to relieve discomfort.

Muscle relaxants prove to be effective for different painful and acute musculoskeletal conditions when they’re taken on a short-term basis.

Their basic purpose is reducing skeletal muscle spasms, increasing the mobility of muscles and relieving pain.

They include a group of specific medications with their overall sedative effect. Commonly, they’re prescribed early in the course of back pain if this condition is associated with muscle spasms.

Muscle relaxants are not really a class of drugs, but rather a group of different drugs that have an overall sedative effect.

Nowadays, you can find them in a few basic types, including:

  • Baclofen, which is helpful for treating stabbing nerve pain and multiple sclerosis;
  • Lorzone, or Chlorzoxazone, a medication taken by people to relieve the discomfort caused by painful and acute musculoskeletal conditions;
  • Soma, or Carisoprodol, that eases pain and relaxes muscles.

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