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Pain Relief: When to Use Which Painkiller

Are you baffled about when you should use which painkiller? Analgesic drugs like paracetamol, ibuprofen and aspirin all have a place in certain situations. Click through to find out when you should use each of them for pain relief!

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When to Use Which Painkiller for Pain Relief| Are you baffled about when you should use which painkiller? Analgesic drugs like paracetamol, ibuprofen and aspirin all have a place in certain situations. Click through to find out when you should use each of them for pain relief!

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from ProHealth.com

Fibromyalgia Patients Rate Marijuana Significantly More Effective Than FDA-Approved Drugs

Fibromyalgia patients rated marijuana as significantly more effective than FDA-approved drugs according to global survey.

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New Views on Opioid Equivalency- good to know since I am allergic to most/ all of the left side of this diagram. Here's to hoping I never get seriously injured!

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from NOVA Next

New opioid a hopeful step toward non-addictive pain killers

New Opioid a Hopeful Step Toward Non-Addictive Pain Killers Opioid addiction has become an epidemic of massive proportions in recent years, with overdoses now killing 44 people every day on average. But if a new drug works as hoped, it could eliminate the additive qualities that make opioids so dangerous.

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Opiate And Opioid Addiction Infographic

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ANALGESICS: MODERATE TO STRONG OPIOID AGENTS

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from Elana's Pantry

What is Low Dose Naltrexone (LDN)?

What is Low Dose Naltrexone? http://www.elanaspantry.com/low-dose-naltrexone/

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Brief Guide to Common Painkillers - www.compoundchem.com Lots of neat chemistry infographics

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Anticholinergic: low potency antipsychotics, oxybutinin, ipratropium Cholinergic: ACh antagonists (atropine, scopolamine), AChEIs (organophosphates) Opioid: Morphine, heroin, hydromorphone, etc Sympathomimetic: epinephrine, cocaine, amphetamine (Aderol), methylphenidate (Ritalin) Sedative-Hypnotic: Benzodiazepines, barbituates, “Z-drugs” (zopiclone, zolpidem), antihistamines

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