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What is Soma and how it works?

Soma is used to treating short-term discomfort and stiffness. Soma is a medication used to treat muscle pain and stiffness. In order to deal with skeletal muscle conditions like pain or injury, soma is used along with rest and physical rehabilitation.

 It relaxes muscles and cures pain, discomfort and injuries. Soma is also known as called carisoprodol.

How to consume Soma?

Normally, three times a day and before night, people take soma.

Soma should only be used for two to three weeks.

If you don’t feel better, contact to the doctor and describe your condition.

Soma is a drug of abuse and you should be conscious if everyone is using it improperly or without a prescription.

You can take this medicine with or without food.


The dosage depends on your age, gender and medical condition. Normally, 250 to 350 mg of this medicine should be taken three times a day.

Miised dose

If you forget to take medicine, take it as soon as possible. But if it is time to take the next dose, then don’t take the missed dose. And don’t take a double dose, it’s harmful to your health.

Symptoms of overdose

Overdose is dangerous to health, especially if you take soma with alcohol and other drugs. In the case of an overdose, immediately contact your doctor.


  • Shallow breathing
  • Seizure
  • Coma
  • Fainting
  • Vision problems
  • Hallucinations
  • Inability to move eyes 
  • Extreme blinking 
  • Pale lips   
  • Trouble  in speaking
  • Weakness of arms or legs 
  • The unusual turning of the neck, and arms

Key facts

  • You may have withdrawal signs and symptoms while you are preventing the use of Soma after using it for a long time.
  • Do not stop using this medicinal drug unexpectedly without talking to your physician. You may need to use less and less of the drugs before stopping completely.
  • Don’t share your medicine by thinking that, other have the same symptoms as you.
  • Don’t take soma with alcohol or other drugs.
  • Before treatment, describe your medical history to the doctor.
  • Soma is not approved for children under 1 to 15.


Who should avoid Soma?

Soma (carisoprodol) is not for everyone, here we discuss with you those who are not capable of taking carisoprodol.

Elder people

carisoprodol is not good for elder people, they may be more prone to side effects such as drowsiness and confusion.

Liver and kidney disease

Soma is metabolized in the liver and excreted by the kidneys. People who are suffering from liver and kidney disease are not capable of using Soma.

Under the age of 16

Soma is not approved who are under the age of 16.

Pregnant women

If you are pregnant or breastfeeding mother does not use soma, as it may have a harmful effect on the infant.


If you have porphyria or are highly allergic to carisoprodol or meprobamate, you shouldn’t take Soma.



Side effects

Like other medicines, Soma can cause some common side effects.

  • Dizziness
  • Headache
  • anxiety
  • Dry mouth warm face
  • Redness of the face
  • Uncontrollable shaking
  •  Pain in the stomach nausea

 Serious side effects

  • Hallucinations
  • black stools
  • Irregular pulse
  • Loss of bladder control
  • Issues in urinating
  • pain in the chest Ulcers
  • Fast heart rate
  • Excessive sweating
  • Loss of coordination


Q: Can I drive after taking Soma?

A: No it’s not safe, soma can cause drowsiness and dizziness. And you can lose your concentration. So driving and operating heavy machinery is not encouraged at all.

Q: Can I take Soma with Alcohol?

A: No, it’s not safe. When taken together, the effects of Soma and alcohol can be intensified, leading to extreme drowsiness. And it may cause death.

Q: How much time is required soma for to work in our body?

A: it starts working after 30 meetings.