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Are muscle relaxants narcotics?

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Asked: 2018-03-31 23:47:23
I have been on so many painkilling medications and muscle relaxants, like somas. I was discussing muscle relaxers with someone and he said that they are narcotics…looking for answers.


Answered: 2018-04-01 03:49:13

Almost positive the muscle relaxer soma used to be a control substance classified a schedule IV before it changed to a schedule III. I think that if it is a controlled substance by the gov it is considered a narcotic.


Answered: 2018-04-03 05:09:08

Muscle relaxers are not narcotics but they are addictive. The addiction definition says if youre infatuated with something, youre addicted. For me, that infatuation was a muscle relaxer called Flexeril. It totally took over my mind, body and soul. I felt weak becoming addicted to muscle relaxers but after some research, I learned I was not alone. According to the American Addiction Centers, 12,400 individuals were brought into the emergency room because of Flexeril. I hope others dont hide their addiction to muscle relaxers like I did. https://www.recovery.org/topics/flexeril-addictive


Answered: 2018-04-09 07:40:19

Muscle relaxers are not considered a narcotic. However, they do have a high risk for physical dependence. I know this from experience and from a medical standpoint. I got into an accident and had a hard time getting off the muscle relaxers. Just because they arent a narcotic doesnt mean they arent addictive.


Answered: 2018-04-12 06:10:49

The medical industry says muscle relaxers are not narcotics. Medical professionals say muscle relaxers are less addictive than Opiates but from someone who has taken both, I dont see the difference. Opiates mess you up a little bit more but if I were to take more muscle relaxers I dont think I would be able to tell the difference.


Answered: 2018-04-12 23:53:02

Although big Pharma doesnt label muscle relaxers as a narcotic, they still have being high symptoms. Muscle relaxers such as Soma, will make you drowsy, cause blurred vision and a relaxing feeling which makes you keep coming back for more. I know this from experience. I didnt think I could get addicted to Soma because it isnt a Narcotic. However, it took

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