Pain after gaming can wipe out your day
You’re in it to win it. But when headaches and back pain kick in, it’s time to take a break and find pain relief with Nurofen. Did you know that paracetamol doesn’t have anti-inflammatory properties? That’s why ibuprofen, such as Nurofen, can be used to help treat back pains and headaches after a long day gaming.
- Long screen time
Headaches can be triggered after a day of video calls
- Bad posture
Sitting in awkward WFH positions can cause back pain
Not drinking enough water during the day can cause headaches
Work pressures can leave your body feeling tense and tight
How to relieve headaches and back pain
- For the relief of headaches, there’s lots you can do, such as staying hydrated and reducing your screen time.
- For back pain, it’s good to rest if you can and try some stretching exercises to relieve tension. You may even want to use heat or ice to relieve pain.
- For both headaches and back pain, you might want to take a painkiller if you cannot find relief. Unlike paracetamol, ibuprofen, such as Nurofen has anti-inflammatory properties, which are useful in the treatment of back pain.
- Take Nurofen Express for headache and back pain relief that starts to get to work in 8 minutes* and lasts up to 8 hours.**
- Or try Nuromol Dual Action for faster acting, longer lasting pain relief than paracetamol.***
*Refers to absorption
**with a 400mg dose
*** two tablets vs 1000mg standard paracetamol. For verification please contact PO Box 4044, Slough, SL10NS