WHAT IS HEALTHY LIFE?
Soma pill is a pain medication that is mainly prescribed by doctors for treating acute musculoskeletal pain or injuries. This drug received approval in the year 2007 by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA). It is a brand name under the generic Carisoprodol that has been marketed since the year 1959. It is a skeletal muscle relaxant that produces the effects of barbiturates and belongs to a group of muscle relaxants called the carbamates.
It has been declared as a controlled substance in the United States by the Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) under the Controlled Substances Act. One must obtain a prescription while purchasing this product.
Also, note that Soma Pill must be used along with proper rest and physical therapy to get effective relief from acute and muscle pain/injuries.
How this pain reliever works?
Soma is a centrally acting skeletal muscle relaxant that not only targets a particular group of muscles to provide relief but provides mental relaxation as well. It blocks the transmission of pain sensations that take place between the nerves in the spinal cord and in the brain. It works like a blanket sedative that affects the entire central nervous system of a person. It changes how a person reacts or responds to pain.
How to take this pill?
Can Soma be used during pregnancy or breastfeeding?
Recreational use of this medication during pregnancy is not recommended. A pregnant woman or a woman planning to get pregnant must ask a doctor before using this medication. It is not yet known how this drug can affect an unborn baby.
Lactating mothers must not use Carisoprodol at all. This drug can pass into breast milk and can affect a nursing baby. It can develop symptoms of withdrawal in the baby and can result in trouble breathing in the baby. A breastfeeding mother must ask their doctor for a safer relief for pain relief.
Note: This medication is mainly prescribed for pain relief in adults who are 18 years or above. Children or teenagers less than 18 years must never receive this drug.
When you go to your doctor, provide your entire medical reports regarding your past illnesses. Note that if you have a genetic enzyme disorder called porphyria, you should not use this drug. Tell your doctor if you are allergic to Carisoprodol or to meprobamate or tybamate. Also, if you have a prior aaddiction to drugs or alcohol, you must inform your doctor about it.
Note down the names of all the drugs you are using at present and give it to your doctor. This will help to ensure if any of the drugs that you are taking currently have any harmful drug interactions with Carisoprodol.
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