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Pain Relief and Muscle relaxants

By Edited Jul 18, 2016 0 0

Pain is a signal from our body which says that something is not right with us. It can be due to a physical injury, some kind of disease, or emotional upset. Most types of physical pain can be treated with pain killers. If you are suffering from physical pain and you need a relief from acute physical pain, there are pain relief pills available in the market which are approved by FDA, these pills are available on prescription are well known as effective remedies for slight as well as severe pain. The best pain relief ultimately depends on the type of pain experienced, as well as the cause of the pain. Many people think that the medicine they trust can be the best option for temporary pain treatment where as other people may find natural cures, such as exercise, rest, or taking a hot bath to be effective methods of pain relief. To begin, determine the cause of the pain, and if it is necessary to visit a doctor or if the pain can be resolved on its own.

There are many acute and chronic pain conditions people go through.

  • Back and Leg Pain
  • Neck, Shoulder , Arm Pain and "Whiplash" Injuries
  • Pain Due to Arthritis
  • Toothache
  • Post Surgical Pain Syndromes
  • Joint pains

Each pain medication has its advantages and risks. Specific types of pain may respond better to one kind of medication than to another kind. Each person may have a slightly different approach to a pain medication. Some pain can be relieved by taking pain killers or Over-the-counter medications. For e.g. Acetaminophen (Tylenol) is good for relieving pain and fever. Aspirin, naproxen (Aleve), and ibuprofen (Advil, Motrin) are examples of non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs).

Ways to Natural pain relief

Back Pain: If you have hurt your back or are suffering from a backache, follow some steps to get some quick relief: Lie on your back on the floor with pillows under your knees, you may also keep your feet on a chair with your hips and knees. Walk for 5–10 minutes once in a while, even if you have pain, as physical movement aids in faster recovery. When you stand for long hours, shift your body weight from one foot to the other. You can also keep one foot in an elevated position by placing it on a stone, stool or raised platform. Stand straight and maintain a good posture.

Slipped Disc: The bones that make up your spine contain disc-like structures between them. When a disc gets swollen and presses against the nerves, the condition is called slipped disc. It can be extremely painful and can affect the quality of your life. The condition is usually caused while trying to lift heavy objects. Sometimes you may not be aware of the cause of your slipped disc. The good news is that slipped disc and other forms of back pain can be relieved by doing some simple exercises and/or medications. Getting your muscles in better shape and improving your posture when you are sitting, standing and sleeping can also help in preventing back ache.

Arthritis Pain Relief: Joint pain caused by arthritis is one of the most common and results in inflammation, swelling, stiffness, redness, and soreness at the joint and surrounding areas. Though there are hundreds of different types of arthritis, joint pain relief for this variety of issue can be approached a few different ways. Hot wax treatments, available over the counter, are often used to reduce pain in the fingers and wrists of arthritis sufferers. These may be good methods to try when attempting to relieve rheumatoid arthritis, which can affect any joint of the body but commonly affects the hands, wrists and knees. In rheumatoid arthritis, the immune system mistakenly attacks the body's joints, causing the lining of the joints to swell. This inflammation can spread to surrounding tissues, which can eventually damage the cartilage and bone. Severe cases of rheumatoid arthritis can also affect the skin, eyes and nerves.



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