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Friday, 17 April 2015

Top 10 Pain Killers in the World

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How many times have you tried pain killers and found out that they either did not work for you as indicated from the bottle or that they did work but there were discomforts associated with side effects. It is still a good idea to check with your doctor on which pills you should take and the dosage that goes with them.

We found that not all pain relievers act the same way. Some are for certain parts of the body such as headaches and you’ll want to carefully read the labels on each bottle. There are also many folks out there that use the drugs to help them achieve maximum strength during heavy activities. We found that many fitness gurus and body builders use these pain relievers that seem to improve their endurance. However, some of the pain relievers may contain certain ingredients that result in allergic reactions for some people. This list includes many of the preferred pain relievers on the market but we also found that it is still a good idea to check with your doctor or physician to see if the drug will have these side effects.

Eazol:

Eazol relieves pain the all natural way because of its natural ingredients and is a drug well worth considering especially for those that are suffering from Osteoarthritis, Rheumatism and stiff joints. With a name like Eazol, it sounds like “easy” and the people in need of such relief will be willing to give it a try.

Myocil:

The pain reliever Myocil is what professional body builders and fitness experts take to enhance their performance and maintain a pain-free lifestyle, especially if you’re going to be doing rigorous activities. It is definitely a drug that can change your lifestyle by eliminating muscle aches. Many normal folks with abnormal pains started using Myocil and soon after the pains were a thing of the past.

Uterol:

The feminine pain relief drug Uterol manufactured by Selmedica Healthcare has a long list of success stories. This amazing pill prevents the uncomfortable pain and cramps associated with PMS for many women and have claimed a guarantee to never occur. You may still want to check with your doctor on this pain reliever to see if you may have allergic reactions to it. Uterol makes all of that discomfort associated with PMS a thing of the past.


Nexoprin:

Nexoprin is perhaps the best drug for chronic migraine headaches and even the slightest sinus headache and is one that many people can testify to its success. The site has an audio article narrated by the doctor that created the drug and describes its history in brief. There is plenty of online information about the manufacturer Selmedica Healthcare but you may still want to check with your doctor or physician to make sure you do not have any allergic reactions to the drug.

Motrin:

Motrin and Motrin IB is one of those pain relief medicines that many TV viewers see commercials for and may already have a couple jars of tablets already populating their medicine cabinet. It is still important to know if there are any side effects associated with possible allergic reactions with Motrin IB. You may want to check with your doctor just in case.

Aleve:

Aleve is one of those pain relief medicines that many of us see commercials for and may already have a couple jars of tablets already populating their medicine cabinet. This is among the more popular pain relievers and is most often used for common headaches. It is still important to know if there are any side effects associated with possible allergic reactions with Aleve. You may want to check with your doctor just in case.

Tylenol 8 hour:

The Tylenol 8 painreliever drug targets muscular aches and pains for up to 8 hours which is a lot for any over the counter drug. The gel tabs work separately in that the first coating works immediately while the rest of the tab contains enough acetaminophen to last up to 8 hours. You may still want to check with your doctor to see about dosage and any allergic reactions you may encounter.

Excedrin Migraine:

The Excedrin Migraine for migraine headaches is fairly new on the market. However, you should still ask your doctor about when to take it or find out enough information as possible regarding allergic reactions that may be associated with the ingredients. Also keep in mind that this drug works specifically for migraine headaches and may cause some side effects if you take it for something else not related to a migraine.

Quantum:

Quantum for migraine headaches is not as well known as other commercialized pills on the market. However, you should still ask your doctor about when to take it or find out enough information as possible regarding allergic reactions that may be associated with the ingredients. Also keep in mind that it does not contain certain ingredients that may give people allergic reactions such as yeast, corn, wheat and artificial flavors and additives.

Bayer:

This is a preferred drug and among the oldest of its kind for simple headache relief and many pain sufferers still use it frequently. You may still want to check with your doctor to see about dosage and any allergic reactions you may encounter.

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