2410 V Soma

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Laura Says:

Can this muscle relaxer be taken to help with anxiety?

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Eddy Says:

Yes, as it has some similar properties as anti anxiety medicine. However Soma can also cause anxiety too!

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Jenna Says:


I just did some research and read that Soma (Carisoprodol) can be used for anxiety like Eddy mentioned, however, it's not often prescribed for that because since it's a muscle relaxer it can actually have strong sedation effects. Also, Soma is only meant to be used in the short-term, often less than three weeks.

There is a natural muscle relaxer known as valerian root that I've tried for anxiety but it also works for insomnia, and well, it definitely made me calm but also very very sleepy just like the Soma might do. I've also tried holy basil for anxiety- which doesn't make me tired at all! I take two capsules and it just wipes out the tension from my mind and body. I highly recommend it if you're interested. I can provide you with some more research about it if you'd like. In the end, what works for me may not work for you- and you do have to try things out before you know exactly how they'll mesh with your body chemistry. Also, if you're taking other medications be sure to let your doctor know before adding in any supplements!

You can learn more about this drug on the page for Soma Details

I hope this info/advice is helpful to you!

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