Anti-inflammatory painkillers for arthritis and rheumatoid arthritis

NSAID’s are a group of painkillers that also inhibit inflammation and are often prescribed for chronic conditions such as arthritis, rheumatoid arthritis and fibromyalgia. However, according to pharmacist Han Siem and numerous other sources, these medicines are not safe when taken chronically. The most serious and well-known side-effects are intestinal bleeding, ulcers and heart attacks. In addition, there are often unwanted interactions with other medications. Therefore, the advice is to take NSAID’s only short-term for exacerbations of pain and/or inflammations. In the video Han Siem discusses other natural compounds that inhibit inflammation and instead are safe for long-term use.

Additional information

Please click here in case you want to read more about NSAID’s and their potential side-effects. The most common prescribed NSAID’s are diclofenac, ibuprofen, naproxen and Aspirin. Some of these drugs can be purchased over the counter as well, but their long-term use is not without serious health risks. Please, also read the article with more specific information about ibuprofen and diclofenac >>>

The following articles provide in depth information about natural compounds that inhibit inflammation:

Scientific studies about the efficacy of the liquid Green-lipped mussel, Curcumin and Blackcurrant leaf for knee arthritis, low back pain and fibromyalgia.

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