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Why does my head feel choppy after muscle spasm

Yesterday I experienced the worst of worst muscle spasms ever. It started as a minor muscle pull that resulted in my entire body being taken over by muscle spasms. I am fine now. Went to ER, was given an IV some muscle relaxers and ibuprofen. However,  my brain or I guess my receptors feel like their off. Are the receptors in my head resetting themselves? Is the shock I experienced just as shocking to the receptors? I don't even know if what I'm asking makes sense,  but I do know something is going on up there. Something totally different. Thank you all for any and all feed back you give. Have a wonderful night.
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987762 tn?1331027953
Hi El_Alexandar,

I'm sorry no one has responded to your question yet, i've been off line for a couple of weeks and i've only just had the opportunity to log on, it's summer over my side of the world (Australia)....

It's possible what you've experienced is actually to do with the muscle relaxer you were given, the most common side effects are tiredness, drowsiness, sedation effect, fatigue or weakness. If your still experiencing this please talk to your dr!

Hope that helps......JJ
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