All of us are susceptible to experiencing pain in some form or another at different points in our lives - in fact over 10 million of us experience general aches and pains on a regular basis. Pain can strike anywhere in the body at any time, but it’s just our bodies way of telling us that something’s wrong. It is mostly felt when there is damage or injury to tissue in the body. This causes a release of chemicals called prostaglandins that amplify the pain signals to the brain and lead to swelling and inflammation in the injured area. Pain can occur across different parts of the body and can affect you from top to toe. Thankfully, Solpadeine has all of these aches and pains under control and has the ability to ease your pains no matter where they are.
Headache & migraine:
Headaches are the most common ache that we can suffer from and they can vary in severity. Sometimes it can be a dull, annoying ache yet other times it can be an incredibly painful migraine that gets in the way of your daily activities. Tension headaches are the most common form of headache and are caused by factors like stress, dehydration, alcohol and tiredness.
Some people often get confused between headaches and migraines, but there is a big difference in symptoms. Where headaches cause a feeling of a tight band around the head, causing a dull ache and constant pressure, migraines on the other hand create a pounding, throbbing sensation accompanied by feelings of nausea and sensitivity to light. Try Solpadeine Headache or Solpadeine Migraine to relieve this type of pain.
Toothache can be particularly uncomfortable as it can get in the way of normal eating and drinking. It is usually caused by tooth decay that leads to inflammation of the gums or an irritation in the nerve of the tooth. You’ll know you have toothache if you experience a severe, sharp pain in the tooth, swelling of the gums and a sensitivity to hot or cold food and drink. Although Solpadeine can help to relieve your uncomfortable toothache, it still needs to be checked by a dentist.
Affecting over half of women, period pains can be a regular annoyance that can range in severity from person-to-person. These cramps occur when the womb’s muscle wall contracts and compresses blood vessels, reducing oxygen supply and causing a release of the pain hormone. Most women will experience a cramp in the stomach, particularly the lower abdomen that can spread to the back and thighs around the time that the period is due.
This type of pain can occur within any joint in the body, but it is most common in the wrists, knees and ankles and is most likely to occur as people get older. With age, joints can become damaged, painful, which is a sign of arthritis and the pain can range with severity and can last for weeks or even months.
Backaches are incredibly common and often occur from poor posture, twisting the back or heavy lifting. All of these factors can cause stress to the muscles, tendons or ligaments that manifest as an ache, tension or stiffness in the back.
Muscle pains can occur in 2 different ways: strains and sprains. A strain is caused by the muscle being stretched or torn, whereas a sprain is caused by the ligament being stretched or twisted. These types of injuries are most common as a result of sports or other similar activities. You’ll usually notice pain and inflammation around the affected area and possibly a stiffness and lack of movement.