Tag Archives: Relaxants

Multiple sclerosis and muscle relaxants

Multiple sclerosis is a health condition that impacts the functioning of the central nervous system. This system consists of numerous nerves that perform the function of informational system in the body, linking all the parts and organs with the brain. Multiple sclerosis affects the myelin sheath – the substance surrounding and protecting the nerves –… Read More »

Be Familiar With The Hazard Of Taking Muscle Relaxants

Clonazepam is a brain and body relaxant frequently prescribed for the treatment of convulsions, panic attacks, seizures and epilepsies. It works by boosting the gamma-aminobutyric acid (GABA) in our brain to decrease activities of the nerve cells, to induce relaxation and to minimize nerve excitement. Moreover, this drug is known in different names such as… Read More »

Doctor, When Should Muscle Relaxants be Used For Arthritis?

One question that comes up repeatedly is, “Where do muscle relaxants fall into the treatment approach for different musculoskeletal conditions”? Patients will sometimes ask about them and physicians who see these patients sometimes wonder if these drugs should be considered. Skeletal muscle relaxants are the most widely prescribed drug class in the United States for… Read More »