NUROFEN LONG LASTING PAIN RELIEF 300MG PROLONGED RELEASE CAPSULES24 Capsules
Nurofen Pain Relief provides pain relief for up to 12 hours from one 600mg dose.
Nurofen Pain Relief 300mg Capsules contain ibuprofen, which has anti-inflammatory properties that’s effective for mild to moderate joint, back and muscle pains and more.
Contains Ibuprofen. For pain relief. Always read the label.
Relieves also period pain, dental pain, headaches, migraines, cold & flu symptoms or fever.
Other Nurofen products are also indicated for back pain relief.
Watch our video to understand more about back pain, the signs and symptoms, hints and tips and possible treatments.
Causes of back pain
Some of the most common causes of back pain are:
- Lifting incorrectly
- Overstretching during lifting, bending or twisting
- Bad posture
- Poor sleeping position or a sagging mattress
- Lack of excersise
With incresed risk factors of back pain being:
- Being overweight
How can you relieve back pain?
When you’ve got back pain, it may be tempting to climb into bed and stay there.
But there are simple things you can do in the first 2-3 days to help relieve a sore back and speed your recovery:
✔ Stay active
✔ Keep moving
✔ Control the pain
✔ Be positive
See your doctor if your back pain does not improve over time or you have any other symptoms that worry you (e.g. fever, difficulty passing urine, weakness, numbness, or pins and needles in your legs).
If in children and adolescents between 12 and 18 years this medicinal product is required for more than 3 days, or if symptoms worsen a doctor should be consulted.
Adults should consult a doctor is symptoms persist or worsen, or if the product is required for more than 10 days.
All information presented on these web pages is not meant to diagnose or prescribe. In all health matters please contact your doctor.
Nurofen Express 200mg Liquid Capsules. Contains ibuprofen. For pain reflief. Always read the label.
New research, funded by Nurofen, shows swearing is effective to help us tolerate pain.
What The @*!$?
This new study carried out by Dr. Richard Stephens Senior Lecturer in Psychology at Keele University, and funded by Nurofen, provides further evidence on the power of swearing to help increase pain tolerance. The study shows that the f-word can be effective at helping us tolerate pain but new socially acceptable swear words are not. To understand the experiment and science of swearing, watch the video above.