Lyrica is a brand of pregabalin used to treat disorders which have symptoms of pain, anxiety, and some neurological conditions. Pregabalin is usually used when other pain management methods or medications haven't worked or aren't sufficient on their own. No one should have to live in pain, and not only does it cause the obvious unpleasant sensations, but it can affect an individual's daily living and quality of life. I'm sure you're well aware that when a person is in pain, it becomes difficult to carry out day-to-day tasks. These could include things that involve movement such as cleaning or grocery shopping, but the psychological affects of suffering through pain can cause low mood, poor concentration, and trouble sleeping. Lyrica painkiller tablets are an effective treatment for the management of pain.
Lyrica is used for the treatment of acute pain or the management of chronic pain. Pain can be the result of an acute illness or infection, or it may be the symptom of a chronic condition. Lyrica is more commonly used to treat the symptoms of chronic illnesses including fibromyalgia, neuropathic pain, epilepsy, and anxiety disorders. Most people with complex conditions such as those listed above, need to implement a range of measures to manage the symptoms and allow them to have a better quality of life. Unfortunately, symptoms of disorders of this nature often have co-morbidities and can become difficult to manage, which is why it is important to find effective medication to manage the symptoms that are more easily treatable.
Although the chemical structure of pregabalin is similar to that of gamma-amino butyric acid (GABA), it does not bind to GABA receptors in the brain or stimulate its production. It is thought that pregabalin binds to certain voltage-gated calcium channels within the brain, therefore blocking excitatory neurotransmitters. This essentially means that specific stimulatory signals are inhibited, decreasing anxiety, reducing excess electrical activity that causes some types of seizure, and subduing the sensations of pain.
The bioavailability of pregabalin is extremely high at 90% regardless of dose, so it is absorbed into the bloodstream well. Lyrica is absorbed quickly and usually starts to work after about 1 hour if it is taken on an empty stomach, or after roughly 3 hours if it is taken with food. Despite the difference in absorption time, the amount that is absorbed stays the same. The effects of pregabalin last for around 6 hours; however, it stays in your system for between 24 and 48 hours. This is particularly good for people who take the medication long term as it will remain fairly consistent with repeated administration. If you take pregabalin on a regular basis for long term pain management, it is important to stick to your medication routine so that the symptoms don't return. You can purchase pregabalin in the UK from our online pharmacy, and with easy access you can ensure you don't run out.
Pregabalin comes in tablet form and is available in doses of 150 mg and 300 mg, usually taken twice per day. Dosage varies from person to person depending on their body mass index (BMI), metabolism, age, and the severity of their symptoms. Most people prefer to buy pregabalin 300 mg so they can either use half twice per day, or take one tablet, twice per day. The tablets should be swallowed whole with a glass of water and taken at the same time every day. Make sure to space the doses evenly throughout the day, and if you forget to take a tablet at your usual time, you should wait until your next dose is due and take the usual amount. It is not advisable to take both doses, or to take an extra dose to make up for the lost one, as this can be unsafe. If you are taking the medication for a chronic condition such as fibromyalgia or epilepsy, you will most likely need to stay on pregabalin long term. Some conditions may need intermittent treatment for symptoms of pain, and you will usually need to keep taking medication for a few months after the pain has stopped, to ensure the symptoms do not come back.
Not everybody gets side effects, but like every medication, there is a possibility of experiencing them with Lyrica. Some of the more common side effects than affect more than 1 in 100 people include:
The above side effects are usually mild and go away on their own. Very rarely, serious side effects may occur when you start taking pregabalin. You should get in contact with your GP immediately if you experience any of the following:
It is very rare, but sometimes people have a severe allergic reaction to pregabalin. If you experience anaphylaxis, you should call 999 immediately. If you have experienced anaphylaxis before or you carry an epi-pen then you should speak to your GP before starting any new medication.
Lyrica is safe for most people over 18, however you should speak to your GP before taking it if you are pregnant or breast feeding, have had addiction problems in the past, have a kidney disorder, or if you have had an allergic reaction to pregabalin before.
There are a range of painkillers in the UK used to treat chronic pain, and Lyrica is a widely used treatment due to its efficacy and availability. Living with chronic pain doesn't have to burden you or severely reduce your quality of life. Along with this popular medication we also stock and sell a wide range of medicine for treating insomnia and anxiety related conditions. We accept all popular payment options such as credit card / debit card along with bank transfer and Bitcoin. People that pay using Bitcoin get extra free Lyrica and also free delivery.
Lyrica is now available to buy without a prescription from our online UK based pharmacy. Visit www.cheapsleepingtablets.com for affordable products with fast and discreet delivery. If you are unsure which medication would be best for treating your particular condition, please do not hesitate to contact us and our team of medical experts will provide the advice that you need. We look forward to helping you find a pain relief option that works.