What is Anarex medicine used for?
Muscle relaxants (eg. Anarex) are used to treat muscles spasms – are sometimes used with NSAIDs to increase effectiveness.
What are side effects of muscle relaxers?
Some of the common side effects of muscle relaxers include:
- Dry mouth.
- Decreased blood pressure.
Is Anarex a pain killer?
Anarex is used to treat a variety of conditions including headaches, joint pain and fever, and contains active ingredients orphenadrine citrate and paracetamol.
Is Anarex a paracetamol?
“For instance, a patient may be taking Anarex, which contains paracetamol and orphenadrine, for chronic pain. If he purchases Panadol Cold Relief (it also contains paracetamol as well as phenylephrine) to self-medicate and relieve symptoms of the flu, he could unknowingly be overdosing on paracetamol,” said Yong.
Can I take Anarex without food?
May be taken with or without food: May be taken w/ meals if GI upset occurs. Nephropathy, presence of glaucoma, urinary retention, myasthenia gravis & prostatic hypertrophy.
What are the side effects of the anarex tablet?
Anarex Tabletcontains Orphenadrine Citrate and Paracetamol as active ingredients. Anarex Tabletworks by blocking cholinergic receptors; increasing the pain threshold and increases the blood flow across the skin, heat loss and sweating;
What are the symptoms of anarex drug overdose?
Symptoms of overdose may include: nausea, vomiting, loss of appetite, sweating, extreme tiredness, unusual bleeding or bruising, pain in the upper right part of the stomach, yellowing of the skin or eyes, flu-like symptoms
Are there any warning signs of anorexia nervosa?
Even before you develop symptoms of anorexia, you may start to notice certain warning signs that you’re headed that way, including: You may feel like a failure and think that asking for medical help will create a burden for the doctor. This isn’t true. Your doctor wants to help you.
What kind of activities can anarex impair?
Anarex (Orphenadrine Citrate) citrate may impair the ability of the patient to engage in potentially hazardous activities such as operating machinery or driving a motor vehicle; ambulatory patients should therefore be cautioned accordingly.