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How do muscle relaxants work and what are the options available?
It is safe to assume that many of us have experienced muscle pain at some point in our lives as a result of muscle sprains and strains, muscle stiffness or muscle spasm/cramps. Muscle spasm is a sudden involuntary contraction of a muscle group, where it may feel like your muscles are ripping apart. It is caused by many factors such as muscle fatigue, dehydration or electrolyte imbalances. Now you may be wondering how this pain can be relieved. But, don't you worry, I have your back! This blog will shed some light on some of the pharmacological therapies available to relieve muscle pain as well as how they work. To learn more about non-pharmacological therapies for muscle pain, check out our last blog about muscle pain post-workout.
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