The mechanism of action of the drug Tramadol after penetration into the bloodstream Tramadol begins to affect the activity of the nervous system. It inhibits pain impulses and stimulates opioid receptors in the brain and spinal cord. As a result, a person has pain relief.
The use of the drug for its intended purpose and compliance with the recommendations of the doctor, rarely leads to side effects.
However, exceeding the therapeutic dose causes drug intoxication and related side effects:
As a narcotic analgesic, Tramadol has a powerful analgesic effect. The effect of the drug begins almost immediately after administration inward or parenterally and lasts a long time. By activity inferior to morphine, so it is used in higher doses.