An orthopedic surgeon explains the differences in significance between a muscle relaxant and an analgesic for injuries caused by physical activity
Muscle relaxants are used for sprains, muscle tension, torticollis, and spasms, with the aim of relieving pain. Still, some people are skeptical about whether the drug can be used for pain relief after physical activity, for fear that it might disrupt inflation.
Inflation is associated with several factors, including training, sleep, stress, and levels of cortisol, which is the substance produced by the body itself and hinders this problem, i.e. fatigue.
According to orthopedic surgeon and sports trauma specialist Alberto de Castro Puccini, there is no evidence that the drug interferes with inflation when used to relieve pain from physical activity.
“What is there is that anti-inflammatory medication can disrupt the healing process of a muscle injury. We usually use painkillers for muscle injuries. We only indicate anti-inflammatories when the pain is severe,” says Puccini.
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Therefore, there should be a distinction between the concept of muscle relaxant and anti-inflammatory. The first is not potentially harmful like anti-inflammatories, which have the effect of eliminating inflammation and pain and may be harmful to structures, such as stomach discomfort or a kidney problem.
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