Best Pain Relief Remedies

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What Are The Best Pain Relief Remedies?

It is difficult to pinpoint one specific pain medicine since different types of pain need different treatments.

For example, non-steroidal OTC pain medicine such as Tylenol, Aspirin, Ibuprofen, Acetaminophen, Aleve, Motrin, and Naproxen can relieve mild pain.

Duloxetine (Cymbalta) is a medicine that helps in treating low mood and relieves chronic pain such as spinal cord injury. It is also used as a neuropathic drug. Hydrocodone and Oxycodone (Oxycontin) are used to treat severe pain, such as a serious injury or cancer pain.

At Cabinet, you can find effective and fast remedy for any type of neck pain, muscle pain, or joint pain.

Let’s take a look at some of the best painkillers available at Cabinet.

Extra Strength Headache Relief

Extra Strength Headache Relief is a combination of Acetaminophen, aspirin, and caffeine. The FDA has recognized the combination as safe for the treatment of acute headache, particularly migraine.

What Should I Know Before Using It?

This pain medication can cause bleeding to the stomach or the intestine, which can be fatal. When taking this drug, these conditions will arise without warning.

During late pregnancy, taking this drug may cause internal bleeding. Consult a doctor before using this drug if you are pregnant.


It is best for conditions such as muscle aches, toothaches, menstrual cramps, or headaches (including migraine) to relieve pain.

Aspirin and Acetaminophen reduce pain by preventing your body from producing some natural substances. Caffeine helps to improve aspirin and Acetaminophen effects.

Compares to: Excedrin®

Not Suitable For

1. Those who have ever had an allergic reaction to other fever reducer/pain relievers

2. Anyone who takes other drugs containing NSAIDs (aspirin, naproxen, Ibuprofen, etc.)

3. Those who have three or more alcoholic drinks every day

4. Children under the age of 13


Acetaminophen is a fever reducer and a pain reliever. It is also known as paracetamol and is the most used analgesic and antipyretic drug.

What Should I Know Before Using It?

It can be used without a prescription for patients who are unable to receive treatment with non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs). In addition to that, it is safe for patients with bronchial asthma, peptic ulcer disease, and hemophilia.

Also, avoid using other medicine containing Acetaminophen (sometimes abbreviated as APAP) since it could result in a fatal overdose. A high dose can have adverse effects on your nervous system.


Acetaminophen temporarily relieves minor aches and pains such as the common cold, headaches, backaches, toothaches, muscle aches, and premenstrual and menstrual cramps.

It is also effective in temporarily reducing fever.

Compares to: Tylenol® 

Not Suitable If You

1. Use any other drug containing Acetaminophen (prescription or nonprescription)

2. Are allergic to Acetaminophen or any of the inactive agents in this product

3. Have liver complications or salicylate sensitivity

4. Are pregnant or lactating

Pain Reliever & Nighttime Sleep Aid

Acetaminophen and diphenhydramine is a combination drug used to treat headaches, common cold, flu-causing pain and fever, runny nose, watery eyes, and sneezing.

What Should I Know Before Using It?

Do not take more of this drug than recommended. An Acetaminophen overdose can damage your liver or cause death.

In rare cases, Acetaminophen can cause a serious skin reaction. Stop taking Acetaminophen and diphenhydramine if you experience skin redness or blisters.


It offers temporary relief with accompanying sleeplessness, from mild headaches to slight aches and pains.

Compares to: Tylenol®

Not Suitable For

1. Anyone using other products containing diphenhydramine, including one used on the skin

2. Children under the age of 12

3. Those who have ever had an allergic reaction to this drug or any of its ingredients


Ibuprofen is an anti-inflammatory non-steroidal medication (NSAID). It works by blocking the development of certain natural substances that cause inflammation in your body. This effect helps to reduce inflammation, swelling, and fever.

What Should I Know Before Using It?

If you have ever had hives, an asthma attack, or severe allergic reaction after taking aspirin, Acetaminophen, or NSAID (Celecoxib, Diclofenac, Codeine, Naprosyn and others), you should not use Ibuprofen.

Also, Ibuprofen can cause fatal stomach or intestinal bleeding. These pain conditions can happen without warning, especially in older adults.


Ibuprofen is used for fever relief and treating discomfort or inflammation caused by many conditions, such as toothache, headache, back pain, menstrual cramps, arthritis, or minor injury.

 Compares to: Advil®

 Not Suitable If You

1. Have ever had an allergic reaction to any other fever reducer or pain reliever

2. Had heart surgery or are scheduled for it

3. Regularly drink alcohol

4. Are taking aspirin (unless your physician signs off on it)

Aspirin 325mg

Aspirin 325mg is an anti-inflammatory drug but is not steroidal. High-dose Aspirin is a medication used to treat fever, pain, and body inflammation.

It is also useful for the treatment of body fever, pain, and inflammation. It is a non-narcotic, mild to moderate pain reliever.

What Should I Know Before Using It?

Do not use it if you have sensitivity to aspirin or any other fever reducer/pain reliever.


It temporarily alleviates minor aches and pains due to headache, minor arthritis pain, toothache, menstrual pain, and colds. It also prevents blood clotting.  

 Compares to: Ecotrin®

 Not suitable If You

1. Are recovering from chickenpox or flu-like symptoms

2. Have suffered from fibromyalgia recently

3. Are 60+ years old

4. Have had stomach ulcers or bleeding problems

5. Take a blood thinning (anticoagulant) or steroid drug

Aspirin 81mg

Aspirin 81 mg is particularly for adults whose physicians prescribe a low dose aspirin.

What Should I Know Before Using It?

The drug does not provide quick relief of headaches, fever, or other symptoms that require immediate relief due to its delayed action.

It has a safety coating to help protect your stomach. Low dose Aspirin is caffeine-free and sodium-free.


It is best for the temporary relief of minor aches and pains. This medicine is also used to treat and avoid heart attacks, strokes, and chest pain (angina).

Compares to: Bayer®

Not suitable If You

1. Have allergic reactions to any pain relievers/fever reducers

2. Have a bleeding disorder such as hemophilia

Difference Between Low Dose Aspirin and Regular Strength Aspirin

Low dose aspirin is a reduced dose form of regular strength aspirin.

If pain relief or fever treatment includes aspirin, you should take the regular strength dose, unless your doctor suggests otherwise.

Low-dose aspirin is taken daily to lower the risk of heart attack and stroke.

Due to the risk of severe side effects from prolonged use, you should not take high dose aspirin on a long-term, daily basis.

Natural Pain Relief Remedies For Pain Management

When people experience muscle tension, minor headaches, or other pain, they will readily reach for OTC drugs such as Ibuprofen and Acetaminophen.

Before trying any medications, consider these natural pain relief remedies.


It is a promising natural pain reliever. Ginger reduces inflammation related to exercising and accelerates recovery.

Try including ginger in your diet by adding raw ginger to smoothies or teas.


It is the best home remedy to relieve pain from toothaches. With its pain-relieving qualities, clove can also help alleviate nausea and cure colds. It can help alleviate headache-associated discomfort and arthritic inflammation.


Turmeric is also a popular herbal remedy intended to minimize inflammation. Try implementing turmeric in your diet by adding it in its natural form to curries, smoothies, or juices.

When To Contact A Doctor

Natural pain remedies cannot be as effective on all types of pain. You can add these to other pain management approaches to improve the effect.

However, if you’re suffering from severe pain, including pain associated with an existing health condition, contact your doctor ASAP.

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What are the common side effects of NSAIDs?

Gastrointestinal symptoms are the most often recorded side effects of NSAIDs, such as:

1. Stomach pain

2. Feeling bloated

3. Diarrhea and/or constipation

4. Heartburn

5. Gas

6. Nausea

7. Vomiting

Taking the medicine with milk, food, or antacids can prevent these gastrointestinal symptoms.

Other minor side effects of higher doses of NSAIDs include:

1. Problems with balance

2. Dizziness

3. Difficulty concentrating

4. Feeling lightheaded

5. Mild headaches

If these symptoms persist for days, stop taking the NSAID and contact your doctor.

Pain Relief Remedies and Physical Therapy

Yes, physical therapy (PT) is among one of the best pain relief remedies. It includes treatments aimed at preventing and managing injuries or disabilities. PT helps ease pain, facilitate healing, and restore balance and motion.

Examples of physical activity therapy include:

1. Activities based on movement, including stretching and range of movement exercises

2. Specific strengthening exercises

3. Low impact aerobics conditioning

4. Exercises for pain relieve

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