Pain is an uncomfortable feeling that tells you something may be wrong. It can be steady, throbbing, stabbing, aching, and pinching. It can be felt in many other ways. Sometimes, it’s just a nuisance, like a mild headache. Other times it can be debilitating.
Pain can bring about other physical symptoms, like nausea, dizziness, weakness or drowsiness. It can cause emotional effects like anger, depression, mood swings or irritability. Perhaps most significantly can change your lifestyle and impact your job, relationships and independence.
Understanding the cause and learning effective ways to cope with your pain can improve your quality of life.
Here are some key pain management strategies:
Physical therapies (such as heat or cold packs, massage, hydrotherapy and exercise)
Psychological therapies (such as cognitive behavioral therapy, relaxation techniques and meditation)
Causes of pain
The most common causes of pain in adults include:
Injury, medical conditions (such as cancer, arthritis and back problems) and surgery.
The most commonly reported types of pain are headache and back pain (although pain involving the limbs, shoulder and neck is also common).
Cultivate the habit of investing in your health as where there’s health there is hope. Eat the right food and use the right medications.
When pain come knocking; knock it down with DEXILANT or DIMUSIC PROLONG RELEASE Tablet. These are brand of analgesic that has proven their rapid effect.
DEXILANT is use for the management of spasticity in relation to Migraine, Joint Pain, Myalgia, Dorsalgia, Muscle Cramps, and Sciatica. While DIMUSC is effective against long-term control of Osteoarthritis Pain, Back, Joint, Waist, Neck Pain and Stiffness.
Dexilant Tablet has a significant benefit as an adjunct prophylactic treatment for chronic headache; HENCE it reduces the overall headache index and frequency of severe headaches.
Managing your medicines effectively;
Always follow instructions for taking your medications safely and effectively. By doing so;
• your pain is more likely to be well managed
• you are less likely to need larger doses of medication
• you can reduce your risk of side effects.
Medications for chronic pain are best taken regularly. Talk to your doctor or pharmacist if your medicines are not working or are causing problems, such as side effects. These are more likely to occur if you are taking pain medicines for a long time