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Operation and Side Effects of Inhibin

  1. Inhibin helps prevent nocturnal muscle cramps and restless legs. Nightly muscle cramps and restless legs can seriously disrupt sleep. It is estimated that about a third of the population of the Netherlands occasionally suffers from nighttime cramps. Inhibin is effective and has only limited side effects.

What are nightly muscle cramps

  1. By nocturnal muscle cramps we mean sudden muscle contractions. A sharp pain is felt, usually localized in the foot or calf. Typically, as the name suggests, they mainly occur at night. The spasmodic symptoms occur acutely and last from a few seconds to a few minutes. The pain will disappear by itself, but can be experienced as particularly unpleasant and can also negatively affect sleep.

Restless legs

  1. Restless legs are often confused with nocturnal muscle cramps, but the main difference is that restless legs are painless. They mainly occur at rest and especially at night and can disturb sleep considerably. The patient has an unpleasant tingling sensation in the legs, which only disappears by moving the legs.

Risk groups for nocturnal muscle cramps

  1. Nocturnal muscle cramps are a common ailment. 3% experience them on a daily basis and almost 30% of the Netherlands has them occasionally. It is mainly the elderly who are affected by it. This is because the symptoms usually worsen over the years. Pregnant women are an exception to this. Due to an altered mineral balance, they have nocturnal muscle cramps up to five times more often. However, for them the muscle cramps will usually decrease quickly after childbirth and disappear completely.

How Inhibin Works

  1. Inhibin is an over-the-counter drug for muscle cramps. The action of Inhibin is based on the active substance in the medicine; hydokinine. Hydrokinine acts as a muscle relaxant. Relaxation of the muscles prevents the involuntary contraction of muscles.

How should inhibin be used?

  1. Inhibin is used as a preventive drug. It is available in dragees, 3 of which must be taken a day. 2 dragees should be taken before dinner. A third Inhibin dragee should be taken just before going to sleep.

Side Effects of Inhibin

  1. The most common side effects of inhibin are nausea, vomiting, dry mouth or a bitter taste.

When should you not use Inhibin?

  1. Do not use inhibin if: You have a disorder of your facial nerve. You suffer from ringing in the ears. You have myasthenia gravis or any other serious muscle-weakening disease. You are breast-feeding. You are pregnant. You are sensitive to quinine. You are not yet 12 years old.

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