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Pain Relief

Health articles about natural pain relief.


Thursday, 17 November 2016  |  Editor
Painkillers can result in increase in hospital admission

Pain and unhealthy inflammation are all too often the body’s natural state of being in the Western world. And in our “modern” world, we often want things to happen quickly and immediately and therefore we want the pain to go away instantaneously with fast-acting pain relief.

However, did you know that some of the most commonly used pain killers are associated with negative side effects and that these may dramatically increase with regular use?  And did you also know that there‘s natural pain relief that has been shown to be as effective as some of the conventional ones?
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Monday, 8 August 2016  |  Editor
Painkiller Side Effects warning

Standard over-the-counter painkillers carry serious side-effects including heart attack, ulcers and hypertension, a major new study shows.

Researchers from Aarhus University in Denmark carried out a large scale study examining data from 14 European hospitals and heart centres.  The survey has now enabled the European Society of Cardiology to formulate a number of recommendations about what doctors should consider before prescribing painkillers to their patients.

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Thursday, 10 March 2016  |  Editor
Painkillers cause gastric ulcers

Did you know that common side effects of readily available painkillers such as aspirin include gastric bleeding, indigestion and diarrhoea? These serious side effects can occur within just a couple of days of use. In fact non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAID) drugs like aspirin cause 12,000 emergency admissions and 2000 deaths from gastric ulcers each year in the UK.

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Tuesday, 23 June 2015  |  Editor
Is Paracetamol still the Number 1 Painkiller?

the merits of Paracetamol as a cheap, remarkably safe and moderately potent analgesic for arthritic-type pain might seem self-evident to the millions who have taken it for this indication over the past hundred years. But their impression of its efficacy is apparently mistaken.

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Saturday, 16 May 2015  |  Editor
How Serrapeptase can help arthritis

Serrapeptase helps arthritis considerably because it removes dead and scar tissue and clears out all of the inflammation. By clearing away the problem tissue, the body’s own healing system is able to replace it with healthy tissue.

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