Dr. Masood Homoeopathic Pharmaceuticals | +92 42 35114873 | Buy Online

Blog

YOU WILL NEVER BELIEVE THESE BIZARRE TRUTHS BEHIND PAIN KILLER

Unhealthy use of medicines in Pakistan has been very high. People make a lot of self-medication. A major reason for this is poverty and lack of proper medical facilities. Sale of drugs without the physician’s prescription is prohibited in the developed countries but such practice is common in underdeveloped and developing countries. In the past few years, there is a huge increase in stomach diseases.

    

 

 

 

 

Unhealthy diet, contaminated environment, contaminated water and unnecessary use of painkillers are the main cause of these problems. In backward countries, painkillers are easily available on general stores as well as pharmacies due to their high demand and people use painkillers for a headache, joint pain, muscle spasm etc without proper diagnosis and physician prescription.

      

 

 

 

 

Painkiller acts on the receptors in the brain that reduces pains, but it also affects a different receptor that can lead to untreatable breathing problems in the event of an overdose. Painkillers derived from opium can also cause constipation. Other possible problems with opioids include dependence and addiction.

In the conventional system of medicine, there are three main groups of painkillers

  1. Paracetamol
  2. NSAIDs
  3. Opioids

The prolonged use of high doses of Aspirin is associated with an increased risk of stomach ulcers.NSAIDs, for example, diclofenac and ibuprofen should never be combined with aspirin, doing this would increase the risk of side effects without increasing the efficacy of the medication. The most common side-effects of these drugs are stomach ulcers. Common side effects of opioid administration include sedation, dizziness, nausea, vomiting, constipation, physical dependence, tolerance, and respiratory depression

All You Need To Know About Alternative Painkillers Remedies.

CURCUMA LONGA (Turmeric, Haldi)

It is useful in acute inflammation occurring in joints, muscles and other organs of the human body. It is also well known for its antioxidant effects.

GAULTHERIA PROCUMBENS (eastern teaberry, checkerberry, Wintergreen)

It is used for back pain, rheumatism, fever, headaches, and sore throats. Avoid use in children.

PISCIDIA ERYTHRINA

It is used for spasm and associated pain of the uterus and skeletal muscle. It is indicated in insomnia, dysmenorrhea with associated nervous and/or musculoskeletal tension, migraine headaches and neuralgia.  It is narcotic and should not be used in excess of the prescribed dosage range by the physician

Zingiber officinalis (Ginger)

It is used for inflammatory conditions such as RA, OA, bursitis and muscle sprains. Ginger increases the peripheral circulation and detoxifies the body from toxins associated with rheumatism. It is indicated for the weakness of all joints, backache and cramps in soles and palms.

Boswellia serrata (Frankincense)

Boswellia inhibits pro-inflammatory mediators in the body, such as leukotrienes. The primary use of Boswellia Serrata is in osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis and inflammatory conditions in the body.

11 tips for living with chronic pain

  • Reduce stress in your life
  • Control diabetes level if you are a diabetic patient
  • Avoid alcohol, smoking
  • Take a healthy and balanced diet
  • Avoid tight clothing during menstruation especially at the waist
  • Include a glass of milk in your breakfast
  • Eat Papaya to help to ease the menstruation flow
  • A hot water bag also helps to relieve discomfort during painful menstruation
  • Oranges and other citrus fruits are a great source of vitamin C, which helps to repair, ligaments, bones and blood vessels,
  • Nuts like almonds help to control inflammation
  • Fresh pomegranate juice may help to deal with osteoarthritis problems
  • Avoid excessive cold
  • Always consult your physician for any abnormalities, and before taking any medication

September 25, 2018 Article
Homeopathic Dr. Muhammad Basit Afzal
About Homeopathic Dr. Muhammad Basit Afzal

2 Comments
  1. Ahaa, its pleasant dialogue concerning this post here at this web site, I have read all that, so now me
    also commenting at this place.

  2. Spot on with this write-up, I really believe this site needs
    a great deal more attention. I’ll probably be returning to read through more,
    thanks for the advice!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *