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Paracetamol side effects long term





Panadol (paracetamol)

5/21/2014
03:50 | Author: David Perry

Paracetamol side effects long term
Panadol (paracetamol)

An overdose of paracetamol is dangerous and capable of causing serious Long-term or regular use of paracetamol may increase the.

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Despite its widespread use for over 100 years, we still don't fully understand how paracetamol works to relieve pain and reduce fever.

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Painkillers Health

11/30/2014
11:40 | Author: David Perry

Paracetamol side effects long term
Painkillers Health

Paracetamol is used to treat pain and to lower a high temperature. But it Examples include people with rheumatoid arthritis, osteoarthritis, or chronic back pain.

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There are three main types of painkiller: non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDS), paracetamol, and opioids. Each works in a different way. Most people only need to take painkillers for a few days or weeks at most, but some people need to take them for a long time. You can buy some painkillers from pharmacies; this includes some NSAIDs, paracetamol, and some weak opioids (codeine or dihydrocodeine).

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Paracetamol, Anacin, and Long Term Side Effects - MedicineNet

11/29/2014
09:10 | Author: David Perry

Paracetamol side effects long term
Paracetamol, Anacin, and Long Term Side Effects - MedicineNet

Read about treatment for migraine and tension headaches with Paracetamol and Anacin, and the possible side effects of long-term use by the.

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Aspirin's most common side effect is gastric upset and ulceration. It also interferes with blood clotting, which is why it is used to help prevent heart disease. With large toxic doses, it can cause life-threatening problems with acidosis (excessive acid in the fluids and tissues of the body) A standard maximum daily dosage is six 325 mg pills per day. These drugs can also, in large doses, cause difficulty with hearing including tinnitus and deafness.

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Paracetamol Health24

9/28/2014
07:40 | Author: David Perry

Paracetamol side effects long term
Paracetamol Health24

Because of the possible serious side-effects, care must be taken against chronic intake of paracetamol. Many manufacturers combine.

Recently it has been shown that paracetamol in combination with aspirin or other NSAID’s increases the risk of these drugs to do damage to the stomach lining, i.e. gastritis or gastric ulcer.

Studies have shown that a single dose of paracetamol is more effective against acute pain (e.g. pain after an injury) than codeine or propoxyfene (which are a weaker type of opioids). Combining it with a pain killer from a different group, the NSAID’s like Voltaren, makes it even more effective. Actually, the combination of these two different types of painkillers relieves pain better than double the dose of each alone!

When patients are asked “do you have any pain killers at home?”, they often shrug when answering: “not really, just ordinary Panado”.

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Paracetamol can reduce stress and sharpen your memory - Daily Mail

7/27/2014
05:10 | Author: David Perry

Paracetamol side effects long term
Paracetamol can reduce stress and sharpen your memory - Daily Mail

Obama names Ebola czar with NO healthcare experience to take over. Meanwhile, taking paracetamol long-term may lower the risk of.

Researchers believe it acts on key brain cells that control recall, and have now begun a clinical trial.

Scientists believe its pain-killing properties stem from the ability to reduce the number of chemicals in the body called prostaglandins.

In addition to this, laboratory studies also show paracetamol triggers the release of the feel-good brain chemical serotonin, which as well as boosting its pain-relieving benefits, can have an indirect effect on memory, by reducing feelings of stress (which can affect memory).

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Commenting on the study, Dr Anne Corbett, research manager at charity The Alzheimer’s Society, said: ‘The problems caused by dementia can mean much more than simply misplacing keys or forgetting a phone number.

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