Let’s look at 10 ways to manage pain with some over-the-counter medications. arthritis pain
1. Buying over-the-counter pain meds
There are very few restrictions. Some examples are ibuprofen, acetaminophen, or paracetamol. Other examples are naproxen, diclofenac or ibuprofen, or prostaglandin. Note, some of these contain Liquid Zeolite which has been shown to relieve pain in scientific research. You may try some of these or ask your doctor to do research for you.
2. Taking supplements that help get oxygen to the brain
Osteoporosis can affect the way our brain receives and answers pain signals. The best supplements are Arnica Montana or Phosphatidyl Serine. You can take Bilirubin Simplecedic Acid with Aloe or Porphyrias.
3. Get a massage
Pain receptors send signals to pain receptors. Massaging relieves the physical aches and pain of arthritis. The best is a deep tissue massage.
4. Add Essential Fatty Acids (EFA’s) to your diet
EFA’s (essential fatty acids) are very important to the structure of the body. They help lessen inflammation. They also lessen your pain because they make you relax. Essential fatty acids can be found in fish oils and they can be easily added to your diet. I have had individuals who are severely allergic to fish oils. If you are one of these individuals reading this, it is best to talk to your doctor or consider alternative forms of Omega 3 essential fatty acids.
5. Looking for natural pain killers
Over the counter drugs such as paracetamol, ibuprofen, aspirin and some prescription drugs containing codeine can alleviate pain. However, these medicines can be addictive. As a result, it is often better to find an alternate medication, one that does not include codeine. There are a number of good natural pain killers available, for just a few dollars per bottle. Examples of these …