ZanaflexThere are two drugs on the market which are both the same type of drug and these are Zanaflex and Tizanidine one is the generic name of the product and the other the brand name, both of these drugs are prescribed by Doctors all over the world due to the way they can both be used as short acting muscle relaxants.

These two drugs work by blocking nerve impulses that are sent to your brain and can be very successful for treating conditions such as spasticity due to the unique way that they temporarily relax muscle tone. Should you be suffering from spasticity or have been prescribed either of these two drugs then you may find this review of both Zanaflex and Tizanidine helpful and information.

Below you will find a range of side effects which can be experienced when taking these drugs, information on where to purchase Zanaflex and Tizanidine and also a range of questions along with their respective answers in regards to using and taking these two drugs.

How to Purchase Zanaflex

We do know that not everyone is entitled to free drugs and free medications and as such if you have been prescribed either Zanaflex or Tizanidine and are then looking for a place that can dispense those drugs to you but for the very lowest price then it may not be as straight forward as it could be as there are different price structures in place in regards to how much you will end up paying for your supply of either Zanaflex or Tizanidine.

You will find that any Chemists shop or Pharmacy will be able to supply Zanaflex or Tizanidine quite easily, however as you are probably aware the running costs of such places mean the actual price you will pay for most medications and drugs they sell can be quite high.

If you are looking for a very cost effective way of purchasing Zanaflex or Tizanidine then do have a look around the web as there are now numerous online websites that can supply Zanaflex or Tizanidine, and as many of those websites are approved and licensed stockists should you decide to buy from those site you will be guaranteed of buying the real thing and not simply a counterfeit copy of these drugs.

Side Effects of Zanaflex

There are some common and not so common side effects that you may experience after having taken either Zanaflex and Tizanidine and these can include any of the following conditions: Abdominal or stomach pain, anxiety, blurred vision, changes in patterns and rhythms of speech, chest pain or tightness, chills, confusion, dizziness, fast, slow, irregular, pounding, or racing heartbeat or pulse, headache, muscle cramps and stiffness, neck, throat, or jaw pain, nightmares, shivering, sweating, swelling of the fingers, hands, feet, or lower legs, tightness in the chest and trouble breathing.

Some of the more serious yet rarer side effects of taking this drug can include blindness, chest pain or discomfort, chest tightness or heaviness, flushing or redness of the skin, especially on the face and neck, increased blinking or spasms of the eyelid, itching, pain, redness, or swelling, light headedness, dizziness, or fainting, nerve pain, severe numbness, especially on one side of the face or body, severe or continuing stomach pain, trouble speaking or swallowing, twitching, unusual bleeding or bruising, vomiting of blood and weakness of the arms and legs.

Always seek urgent medical attention if any of the side effects cause you any concern.

Zanaflex Questions and Answers

There is a very good chance that your Doctor or a medical expert is going to prescribe either Zanaflex or Tizanidine to you should you be suffering from one of any of the many different medical condition that these two drugs can and will successfully treat, however we do know that may people may be worried about taking any type of drug and ay have several questions that they would like answering.

As part of our series of drugs and medication reviews on each of them we always include a range of the most frequently asked questions regarding each drug we review, and as such you are going to find below some of the most commonly asked questions reading both Zanaflex and Tizanidine, and we invites you to read through them if you do have any questions as there is a good chance the answers to your questions will be found below.

If your questions relates to any side effects you are experiencing when taking either Zanaflex or Tizanidine then refer to the literature supplied with your supply of these drugs, and if those side effects are worrying you then seek medical advice immediately.

  1. How can I remember to take my dose?

    If you are the type of person who leads a busy lifestyle or you are the type of person who is likely to forget to take your prescribed dose of Zanaflex at the right time then make sure you consider using a drug dairy, as by keeping such a thing you will always be able to check and double check when you took your last dose, also consider setting an alarm on your watch or phone that when it sounds it will remind you to take your dose.

  2. What should I do if I miss my dose of Tizanidine?

    Do not start to panic if you have not taken your prescribed dose of Tizanidine at the correct time, as soon as you realise you have missed a dose then take the next dose at that moment in time and then reschedule your next dosages accordingly. At no time should you consider taking a double dose to make up for a missed one as that could lead to you overdosing.

  3. What should I do if I overdose on Zanaflex?

    If you take your prescribed dose of Zanaflex at the correct time there is virtually no chance of you suffering from an overdose, however if for whatever reason you think or suspect that you may have taken an overdose of this drug then immediately take you supply of this drug, the packaging and any literature along with yourself to your local hospital and seek urgent medical advice. Taking an overdose of any drugs or medications may have fatal consequences so never delay in seeking out and getting medical attention when you have or suspect you may have taken an overdose of Zanaflex.

  4. What dose will I be prescribed?

    Your Doctor is going to be the one person who is going to be able to tell you just how much and at what time you should take Zanaflex, and you will also find then when you have purchased and been dispensed as supply of this drug printed on the packaging or somewhere on any literature supplied with the drug will be your prescribed dosage amount. Always stick to taking your dose at the correct time as missing out doses regularly will result in this drug not having the desired effect.

  5. Does Tizanidine interact badly with other drugs?

    There is a chance that when you have been prescribed Tizanidine that it may interact with other medications or drugs that you are currently taking or have recently taken. It is therefore very important that when initially consulting with your Doctor or a medical professional that you inform them of any additional medical conditions you may have and also it is important that you supply them with full details of any current medication you are also taking.

  6. Are there any alternatives to Zanaflex?

    There are several other drugs and medications that can be used instead of Zanaflex in regards to treating various different medical conditions and disorders, and as such if you start to suffer from any of the side effects of taking Zanaflex then do have a chat with your Doctor or the medical professional that prescribed you this drug as he or she will be able to prescribe another drug or medication that will hopefully stop you suffering from those side effects.

  7. Is Zanaflex an expensive type of drug?

    You may find the best way to ensure you are not pay too much for your supply of Zanaflex is to shop around and possibly bulk buy your supply. Whilst it is not an overly expensive type of drug to buy if you are going to have to take it for any amount of time you should always ensure you are not over paying for your supply so always shop around and be prepared to buy online form an approved and licensed stockist if those sites are offering any savings which can often include free delivery.

  8. Could I be allergic to Zanaflex?

    Whilst the risk of you being allergic to Zanaflex will be reasonably low, if you do at any time when taking this drug start to experience an allergic reaction then make sure that you urgently seek medical advice and assistance, whilst some allergic reactions can be quite mild there are some allergic reactions that can be fatal so always seek medical attention when an allergic reaction is suspected or being experienced.