Side Effects

Instaflex AT Tablet is a mixture of medicine to heal the pain caused by muscle spasms. The supplement improves muscle movement and spells pain and distress allied with muscle cramps.

Instaflex AT Tablet should be consumed with a meal. This prevents you from feeling sick to your stomach. You should use it regularly, as recommended by your doctor. It is highly recommended to consume the tablets after consulting with your doctor.

Some of the common side effects of this medication are nausea, vomiting, heartburn, stomach pain, loss of appetite, and diarrhea. If any of these side effects trouble you or do not go away over time, reach out to your doctor. Your doctor can help you diminish or prevent these side effects.

The medicine may not be suitable for everyone. Tell your doctor before taking if you have heart, kidney, or liver problems. To make sure it’s safe, consult your doctor about any other medications you’re taking. Pregnant and lactating mothers should avoid taking this supplement.

Instaflex Side Effects

Some of the side effects that are observed due to overdose or any other reasons are listed below:

  • Pain due to muscle cramps.
  • Barf
  • Acidity
  • Stomach pain / abdominal pain
  • Loss of appetite
  • Diarrhea

Most side effects do not demand medical attention and will go away if your body adjusts to the medication. Ask your doctor if they persist or if you are concerned

Dealing With Instaflex Side Effects

The appearance of side effects varies from person to person. Below are some ways to deal with some of the more common Instaflex side effects. However, ask your doctor if these persist.

How to deal with nausea?

You can help yourself by consuming small, frequent meals instead of large ones and drinking plenty of fluids. Eat slow. Avoid fatty, fried, spicy, and incredibly luscious dishes. Eat cold or slightly hot food if you are not comfortable with the smell of cooked or raw food.

Get plenty of fresh air. You can also seek chewing ginger or drinking ginger tea. Consume bananas to replace potassium in the blood, which can weaken with the disease (vomiting). Use oral rehydration salts to replace vitamins and minerals lost to the disease.