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Nuromol review: 30 facts and highlights

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Why is Nuromol better than the average?

  • Ibuprofen
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    200mgvs73.64mg
  • Paracetamol
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    500mgvs175.77mg
  • Shelf life
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    36monthsvs31.6months
  • Half life
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    3hvs3.42h

General info

1.maximum capsules daily

6

The daily limit is the maximum amount of tablets/capsules that you may take in a 24 hour period, as advised by the producer.
2.shelf life

36months

This is how long the product can be stored before you should throw it away, as measured in months. A long shelf life is desirable if you take it infrequently.
3.pills per box

32

A higher number of pills per box may imply that the product is more safe than others. Many painkillers are regulated so that a person may not buy more than a certain amount at any one time.
4.minimum age requirements

18years

This medicine is suitable for people at a younger age.
5.consecutive days

3

This is the longest amount of time you should take this medication before stopping or seeking medical advice. A short time can indicate that the drug is more likely to cause problems such as dependency or negative side effects.
6.Not linked to dependency
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It is not explicitly mentioned on the product information leaflet that this drug is linked to dependency. Therefore withdrawal symptoms should not be anticipated.

Composition

1.ibuprofen

200mg

Ibuprofen is a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory. The painkilling effects of ibuprofen take effect immediately, however the anti-inflammatory effects can take as long as a week.
2.paracetamol

500mg

Paracetamol (or acetaminophen as it is known in the US) is classified as a mild analgesic. It suppresses the feeling of pain, but does little to treat the cause.
3.codeine

0mg

Codeine is an opiate used to treat mild to moderate pain. Opiates can alter the mood, sometimes resulting in feelings of euphoria. This can be beneficial for pain relief, however it can become addictive and withdrawal symptoms are common.
4.naproxen

0mg

Naproxen is an anti-inflammatory which can be used to treat a variety of symptoms of pain.
5.aspirin

0mg

Aspirin can be used as an analgesic, antipyretic and anti-inflammatory.
6.caffeine

0mg

Studies have shown that caffeine can boost the effectiveness of many analgesics, resulting in better, faster acting pain relief.

Effects

1.Targets toothaches
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Toothache is pain in and around the teeth and jawbone, often caused by tooth decay.
2.Is antipyretic (fever reducing)
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Antipyretic medications help to lower the body temperature. This can help to make patients feel better, however it is not always recommended, as the temperature increase can be a natural defense to fight infections.
3.Targets muscular pain
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Muscle pain can be caused by exercise or other stresses, as well as infections such as flu.
4.Targets rheumatic pain
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Rheumatic pain is pain in the joints and connective tissues, most commonly caused by arthritis.
5.Not linked to Reye’s syndrome
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Reye’s syndrome is a potentially fatal disease which affects the brain and liver. The disease has been associated with aspirin use in children under 16.
6.Not linked to cerebral edema in case of overdose
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Cerebral edema is an excess accumulation of fluid in parts of the brain.

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