Mioran review

Mioran is a skeletal muscle relaxant used in treating different kinds of muscle spasms causing discomfort or unbearable pain to individuals. It works through the spinal cord and depresses the reflexes to prevent the spasms and blocks pain sensations being transmitted to the brain.

Mioran is used to relax the muscles and help relieve pain due to sprains, spasms, strains, arthritis and other muscle problems. This medication is often combined with physical therapy and is being distributed under the brand names Parafon Forte, Paraflex, Remular-S and Relaxazone.

This medication is usually taken orally 3 to 4 times a day, though the dosage depends on the patient's medical condition and response to the medication. Dosage is typically reduced once the patient is responding well to the treatment.

Take the medication after meals with a glass of water to avoid stomach upset. If you miss a dose, take it immediately. Never use more than the prescribed dose at one time to compensate for the missed dose.

Symptoms of overdose include emesis, nausea, headache and low blood pressure. If any of these symptoms occur, seek medical attention immediately.

Common side effects associated with using Mioran include dizziness, upset stomach, constipation, pyrosis and headache. This medication may also cause liver problems that result in fever, unusual fatigue, yellowing of skin and eyes. If any of these symptoms occur, it is important to seek immediate medical attention.

Prior to taking Mioran, tell your physician about your medical history, including allergies to medicaments, stomach problems, liver problems and other health disorders.

This medication causes dizziness and drowsiness so avoid any activity that requires normal alertness such as operating machines, driving and extreme sports.

Avoid consuming alcoholic beverages while taking this medication because it only increases the risk of side effects and hampers the effectiveness of the medication.

Pregnant women and nursing mothers should talk with their physician before taking the medication. Discuss the benefits of the medication and the risks, especially to the baby.

Also tell your physician about all other prescribed and non-prescribed medicaments you are taking, including those that cause drowsiness such as sleep pills, pain relievers, cough medicines and medicaments used to treat mental conditions. Your physician also needs to know of any herbal medicines or vitamins you are taking.

This medication provides temporary relief of muscle disorders. It is still necessary to have sufficient rest and maintain the physical therapy program to obtain the full benefits of the medication. Follow the treatment plan according to your physician's advice. This medication should not be used without consultation with a physician. Never share your prescription medicaments with others.

Mioran has the following structural formula:

Chemical structure of mioran

• Molecular formula of mioran is C7H4ClNO2
• Chemical IUPAC Name is 5-chloro-3H-benzooxazol-2-one
• Molecular weight is 169.565 g/mol
Mioran available : 500mg tablets

Generic name: Chlorzoxazone

Brand name(s): Biomioran, Chloroxazone, Chlorzoxane, Chlorzoxazon, Escoflex, Flexazone, Miotran, Myoflexin, Myoflexine, Neoflex, Paraflex, Pathorysin, Relaxazone, Remular, Solaxin

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