The Problem: A tension headache, migraine, or swelling.
PILLS , such as acetaminophen (like Tylenol) help to reduce most pains. Ibuprofen (like Advil) assists with pain related to inflammation.
The Problem: Achy joints from arthritis or sore muscles from over use, such as a workout.
PAIN PATCHES suppress pain by sending a warming or cooling signal to your nerves. For arthritis-inflamed joints, try using an anti-inflammatory patch.
The Problem: Sprained joint, strained muscle, bump, or bruise.
ICE triggers your body to send more blood to the warm area, promoting healing. Cycle on and off in five-minute increments, up to a half hour, to numb pain.
The Problem: Persistent sore muscles, old strains, or sore back.
MOIST HEAT loosens muscles and promotes blood flow, which helps speed up the healing process.
These tips and guidelines are meant to give you a general idea about pain remedies. They are not meant to diagnose, treat, or per sway decisions, regarding your medical condition. Please consult your doctor at your discretion.