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Published on: 14 Jun 2018 by taylorts

Body Pain Causes & How to treat body pain?


Pain covers a wide range of unpleasant
physical sensations. For some people, it may feel annoying or uncomfortable but
for others, it may have a big impact on everyday life. Pain may be long-lasting
or come in short bouts. Everyone experiences pain differently. But if you are
into muscle pain then Soma pill is
the best-suggested option.

There
are two main types of pain in multiple sclerosis:

•    Nerve pain
(neuropathic pain) which is caused by damage to the nerves in the brain and
spinal cord. This includes altered sensations such as pins and needles,
numbness, crawling or burning feelings. Examples of nerve pain include painful
sensations in the side of the face, called trigeminal neuralgia, and a tight
feeling, often around the chest, called the hug. Pain in the limbs is very
common.

•    Musculoskeletal
(nociceptive) pain which is caused by damage to muscles, tendons, ligaments and
soft tissue, for example, neck or back pain caused by changes in posture or
sitting for very long periods.


What is a pain?

Every people don’t experience pain in the
same way. Pain can be annoying, uncomfortable or excruciating. It can have a
big impact on the person experiencing it yet seem completely invisible to those
around them.

Pain is often described by how long it
lasts.

•    Acute pain
begins suddenly and then improves or disappears. It may reappear from time to
time. It is usually an intense, sharp, burning or shooting feeling.

•    Chronic pain is
a longer lasting pain. It may feel better at some times than others but never
goes away completely.

•   
Paroxysmal symptoms begin suddenly and only last for a few seconds or a
few minutes at most. However, they may reappear a few times or many times a day
in similar short bursts.

Pain in multiple sclerosis can feel very
odd and seem difficult to explain. Some of the more common descriptions
include:

•   
Throbbing

•   
Steady

•   
Stabbing

•   
An electric shock

•   
Aching

•   
Tickling

•   
Trickling of water

•   
Shooting

•   
Gnawing

•   
Tingling

•   
Tightness

•   
Burning

•   
Itching

•   
Pinching

•   
Squeezing

•   
Pins and needles

•   
Numbness

•   
Crawling

•   
Prickling

What causes pain?

Different
types of pain have different causes.

Nerve pain (neuropathic pain) is the direct
result of damage caused by covering of nerves in the brain and spinal cord.
This damage interferes with the normal transmission of messages to the brain.
The brain may interpret these disrupted messages as pain or as unusual feelings
like numbness, pins, and needles, crawling or burning. These feelings can occur
anywhere in your body.

Although the pain feels like it is in a
particular part of your body, such as your fingertips, there is no damage to
the tissues in your hand. The only damage is in the nerves which report to your
brain about your hand and this is what makes it seem like there is something
wrong with your fingertips.

Treatment of Pain

Soma Pill is used short-term to treat
muscle pain and discomfort. It is usually used along with rest, physical
therapy, and other treatments. It works by helping to relax the muscles.

Precautions

Before taking carisoprodol, tell your
doctor or pharmacist if you are allergic to it; or to meprobamate, tybamate, or
mebutamate; or if you have any other allergies. This product may contain
inactive ingredients, which can cause allergic reactions or other problems.
Talk to your pharmacist for more details.

Before using this medication, tell your
doctor or pharmacist your medical history, especially of: a certain blood
disorder (acute intermittent porphyria), kidney disease, liver disease,
seizure, personal or family history of a substance use disorder (such as
overuse of or addiction to drugs/alcohol).

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