(Soma) is a medication prescribed to relieve acute short-term painful muscle and bone conditions in adults. Soma is used in combination with rest and physiotherapy to relieve acute painful muscle and bone conditions in adults in the short term. It is only used for 2 to 3 weeks.
How to use Soma 500Mg
SOMA is usually only used for short periods of time (2-3 weeks) because there is insufficient evidence to demonstrate the effectiveness of long-term use and acute, painful musculoskeletal disorders are usually shorter in duration. The recommended dose of SOMA is 250 to 350 mg three times a day before bed and a full glass of water. Soma 500Mg is taken one time a day.
Side Effects of Soma 500Mg
The most common side effects of carisoprodol are:
- Abnormal heartbeat
Serious side effects of Soma include:
- Urticarial (angioedema)
- Severe allergic reaction (anaphylaxis)
Storage of Soma 500Mg
Make sure Soma is protected from moisture and heat at room temperature in a box or container. Keep this medicine away from children.
Precautions of Soma 500Mg
The body can cause some side effects that can affect your thinking or your reaction. If you are driving or doing something that requires you to stay awake and alert, please be careful as SOMA can make you feel dizzy and sleepy. Common side effects include headache, abnormally fast heartbeat, low blood pressure or flushing.
Drug Interactions Soma 500Mg
Carisoprodol interacts with other drugs and drugs that slow the brain process (such as alcohol, barbiturates, benzodiazepines (such as lorazir Ativan and anesthetics), which can exacerbate its effects and cause drowsiness.Omeprazole (Prilosec) and fluvoxamine (Luvox) may reduce the clearance of carboprofen, thereby increasing side effects.
Overdose Soma 500Mg
An overdose of Soma is possible, and the number of people who overdose the drug increases each year.
Signs of Soma overdose include:
- Breathe slowly.
- Low blood pressure.
- Lose muscle control.
- Rigid muscles.
- Repetitive and uncontrolled eye movements.
- Blurred vision.
- Dilated pupils.