Emotional problems such as depression, anger, anxiety, and fear of re-injury are also associated with chronic pain.Chronic pain can stop a person from returning to work and even to their hobbies and pastimes.It is from the class of non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID), related to diclofenac.Through its analgesic and anti-inflammatory properties, aceclofenac provides symptomatic relief in a variety of painful conditions.All meds are a compromise to try to decrease spasms, but not be too dangerous.Diazepam (valium) is one that can be used in this manner. Read more See 1 more doctor answer 1st go see your family doc for evaluation.Aceclofenac: has potent analgesic and anti-inflammatory activity as it inhibits COX activity and supresses PGE2 production.
Valerian probably won't help much, & it's safety isn't assured. Read more See 1 more doctor answer There are no good muscle relaxants- think about it-if you take a pill that hits all your muscles and made them relax (not contract) you would be too weak to stand.
For reasons still unclear, the nervous system continues to send pain signals for months or years after an injury.
Physical problems including muscle tension, a lack of energy, and changes in appetite are common with chronic pain.
Thiocolchicoside: acts as a non sedating skeletal muscle relaxant.
/PRNewswire/ -- Neurana Pharmaceuticals Inc., a specialty pharmaceutical company focused on the development and commercialization of products that address unmet therapeutic needs of the central nervous system, today announced the initiation of a simulated comparative driving study to evaluate the non-sedating properties of tolperisone, which is being developed for the relief of neuromuscular spasms.