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The therapeutic effect of Soma is effectively to interfere with pain sensation signaling that occur between peripheral pain receptors (nerves) and certain areas of the central nervous system (the brain).
In addition to the modification of pain signaling, Soma and its main metabolite (meprobamate) exert mild sedative effects.
The long-term effects of Soma are typically reserved for those exhibiting prolonged abuse of and/or dependency to the drug.
An addict of Soma, like any other drug, will begin to manifest certain behavioral changes, such as: While there is the potential for those who take Soma to develop tolerance and dependency on the drug from taking excess doses, Soma addiction is frequently seen in a setting where users combine it with other drugs and/or alcohol.
Misuse of Soma can quickly lead to abuse and dependency, as well as all of the negative physical and social aspects of addiction.
One indication that Soma is actually more addictive than may be thought by some is that it produces a number of withdrawal symptoms upon abrupt cessation of use.