Over the Counter Muscle Relaxers?

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Muscle relaxants are drugs used to alleviate pain, muscle spasms, and over-responsive reflexes (hyperreflexia) by affecting skeletal muscle function and decreasing muscle tone. Prescription relaxants such as Soma, Flexeril, and Skelaxin can be prescribed by a medical professional, however, there are no muscle relaxants currently available for over the counter purchase. If you are suffering from muscle pain and need an over the counter medication, anti-inflammatory medications like acetaminophen, ibuprofen, or naproxen are readily available for purchase. Topical treatments can also be useful in relaxing muscles, whether by using analgesic ointment or by applying combinations of hot and cold packs.
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Muscle relaxants help relax muscles, ease pain, and reduce stiffness. They are used to treat injury or other conditions affecting muscles.
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The only muscle relaxers I know of require a prescription. You
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I don't think they sell muscle relaxer's over the counter all because of the fact that most muscle relaxer's contain a narcotic to help your muscles relax. Try a heating pad.
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It depends on why they're sore. If it's from inflammation (bruising, etc), then an anti-inflammatory like Ibuprofen or Aleve might be your best bet. Depending on why they're sore,
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Hi Karen, Regular strength Benadryl (Diphenhydramine) the over the counter antihistamine has a mild sedative effect on dogs, and is often given to dogs who stress or have anxiety
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