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When You Can Set Aside Side Effects

| Articles | March 15, 2014

Pain relievers are considered by many athletes and physically active individuals as an essential tool for treating muscle pain induced by intense physical activities. These drugs help alleviate pain that are brought by strains, sprains, muscle spasms, and other muscle injuries. These conditions may result in pain, stiffness, and other muscle discomfort that may hamper one’s performance. Medicines for pain relief like non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) work by reducing pain, fever, and inflammation. The most prominent NSAIDs are aspirin, ibuprofen, and naproxen. These drugs do not heal injuries, they only help ease the pain and discomfort caused by several muscle conditions.

Though the use of pain relievers are not prohibited and are encouraged by many health professionals, the safety of these drugs are questioned by other health professionals. Side effects of pain relievers cannot be avoided and may vary from one person to another. However, for some people, NSAIDs like aspirin may cause serious side effects-especially when taken regularly. Aspirin use may lead to ulcers and damage one’s digestive system. In addition to aspirin, another NSAID that may pose serious medical problem is naproxen. Several medical studies associate this drug to increased risks of developing heart problems. Because of its side effects many individuals are refraining from using NSAIDs and are turning to other drugs for muscle pain treatment.

Tramadol is one of the drugs that are often used by many and have gained the approval of many health professionals across the United States. It is a synthetic that works by binding the receptors of the brain which are responsible for transmitting painful sensations throughout the body. Several medical studies show that this medication has a low abuse rate compared to other pain relievers. In addition, Tramadol side effects are milder compared to other pain relieving drugs out in the market. These side effects may include nausea, constipation, dizziness, headache, drowsiness, and vomiting. Individuals should consult their doctors before taking this medicine. Though Tramadol side effects are mild and bearable, may not be used by individuals with certain health conditions and medical history. This drug may also interact with other drugs which may lead to development of more unwanted side effects. The prescribed dosages should be taken exactly as directed by a health professional-never take larger or more frequent doses because of the ill-effects that may be developed. These drugs are usually taken with rest, physical therapy, exercise, and other treatments. Tramadol should not be used as substitutes to these forms and medical treatment but should be used hand in hand for maximum pain relief.

Rather than using over-the-counter medication to treat muscle injuries, individuals suffering from muscle pain should engage in pre-work out and post-workout activities like warming-up, stretching, and cooling down. Engaging in these activities may help promote blood flow and enable the muscle to recover faster. If performed properly, these activities may aid the body in its healing process and therefore eliminate or minimize the development of muscle pain. Consult your doctor to know more about warming-up, stretching, and cooling down.

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