Open Access Mini Review

Anxiolytic and Analgesic Effect Plant in Arthritis Disease

Atsang à Kiki Gisèle*

Department of Biology Sciences, University of Maroua, Cameroon

Corresponding Author

Received Date:September 28, 2021;  Published Date: October 19,2021


55% of patients with chronic pain have anxiety disorders, contributing reduced quality of life. Although pain and anxiety appear to be co-occurring, an analgesic or an anxiolytic compound used alone is often ineffective to reduce all symptoms. The combination therapy induces severe additive effects likes’ nausea, vomiting, diarrhea. For these reasons, the development of analgesic compounds with anxiolytic properties could prove very advantageous for the treatment of chronic pain like arthritis.

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