How to Get Rid of a Migraine

05 January of 2018

A migraine is a specific health disorder which differs from a conventional headache. It can be rather disturbing causing unbearable pain, sound & light sensitivity, nausea and even vomiting. The thumping headache experienced by patients can significantly affect their daily life preventing them from performing their routine activities.

Sitting tight expecting for the migraine symptoms to subside is not the best option. If you want to return to your habitual life style, you should learn how to handle a migraine.

Migraine Definition & Symptoms

Migraine is a condition featuring periodical headaches of different intensity: from moderate to severe. As a rule, the headache of throbbing character lasts 272 hours and is felt in either left or right part of the head. People having this health disorder are substantially limited in performing their daily routine.


Using Dexamethasone in Sports for Managing Foot and Ankle Injuries

10 April of 2017

About Dexamethasone

Dexamethasone (decadron) is a powerful hormonal drug, which is based on glucocorticoids. The medication is often used in powerlifting, as it helps to gain muscle mass. However, most often, the medicine is used to treat arthritis, bursitis, arthrosis and inflammatory processes in the joints. Taking decadron, you simply get the synthetic hormones of the adrenal glands. Although the medicine has many serious side effects, sportsmen, especially those, who work in gym with heavy weights, often take it.

For instance, they often take dexamethasone for sprained ankle and for managing foot injuries.

sprained ankle

There are two main reasons why sportsmen choose it:

  • This drug is cheaper than other anabolic steroids;
  • You can easily order it in any reputable canadian pharmacies for example No prescription is needed for it.



Know All About Back Pain Medication

21 April of 2009

Back pain medication is a major issue with the doctors now as a majority of people are known to suffer from acute back pain. If you have reached the stage where you feel that back pain medication is essential to treat your pain, then do not delay. Just rush to your doctor for help before things deteriorate beyond repair. (more…)

Take Away The Pain With Medication

27 November of 2008

We can experience pain as a result of a wide range of situations. Perhaps you can hardly get through the day as a result of the pain you suffer after an automobile accident, or maybe your arthritis is causing you unbearable pain. Whatever the reason, your pain can probably be eased with painkillers, which is used to relieve pain that is moderate to moderately severe. End your pain with Pain Medications! (more…)

A Skeletal Muscle Relaxant

21 November of 2008

Cheap Soma is a centrally acting skeletal muscle relaxant, although it does not work to directly relax tense skeletal muscle. Instead, it relieves acute muscle spasm, through its sedative properties.

Generally, Soma is prescribed as just one part of a pain-management program, in addition to rest, physical therapy and other strategies for the relief of pain associated with acute musculoskeletal conditions. In patients who suffer from acute porphyria or who have an allergic reaction to carisoprodol- or meprobamate-related compounds, Soma may be contraindicated.


Cone Snails And Plants Used To Develop Oral Drug For Pain

29 October of 2008

Molecules from cone snail venom and African plants are being used by Queensland researchers as a blueprint to develop an oral drug to treat chronic pain.

Professor David Craik and Dr Richard Clark from the Institute for Molecular Bioscience have received $218,275 from the National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) to aid in translating their research into a product available for Australians to use.

Studies on the molecule they have developed have shown that it is effective in relieving neuropathic pain in animals. (more…)

Treat Muscle Pain With Muscle Relaxants

15 June of 2008

In most cases – sprains, and other such muscle tear or injury leads to severe pain, combined with stiffness, spasms and muscle tension. The Muscle relaxants available in the market do not work miracles and heal these injuries, but what they do is to relax and stop the spasms from occurring. There are times when a person gets home from work and is extremely tired, fatigued, and would not be able to take a few steps, this is also a form of muscle tension only.


Who should not take Soma (Carisoprodol)?

07 March of 2008

You should not take Soma (Carisoprodol) if you:

– Have porphyria, a group of different genetic disorders caused by abnormalities in the chemical production of heme. Heme is a substance in the blood and bone marrow needed to carry oxygen. Porphyria disorders are grouped into two categories, cutaneous (affecting the skin) or acute (affecting the nervous system). Carisoprodol can trigger attacks in people with porphyria disorder leading to symptoms such as blisters, itching, and swelling of skin; pain in the chest, abdomen, limbs, or back; muscle numbness, tingling, or cramping; vomiting; constipation; and personality changes.
– Are allergic to Soma Online, Carisoprodol, Miltown or meprobamate.