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  • When in pain, the immediate concern isn’t its cause, but how we will be relieved of the pain we are suffering from as quickly as possible. Whether it is knee pain, back pain, neck pain, hip pain and others like them which are brought about by gout, the major concern is to get rid of them without much stress. And nothing best relief pain than the Immediate Gout Pain Relief Expert Lotion by Dr. Elix designed to provide quick and long-lasting pain relief (just within 7 to 15 min max) and remove uric acid crystals for an authentic absolute comfort.
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    When in pain, the immediate concern isn't its cause, but how we will be relieved of the pain we are suffering from as quickly as possible. Whether it is knee pain, back pain, neck pain, hip pain and others like them which are brought about by gout, the major concern is to get rid of them without much stress. And nothing best relief pain than the Immediate Gout Pain Relief Expert Lotion by Dr. Elix designed to provide quick and long-lasting pain relief (just within 7 to 15 min max) and remove uric acid crystals for an authentic absolute comfort.
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5 Things You Need To Understand If You are Having Chronic Pain! - 0 views

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    Chronic pain is a type of pain that usually lasts for weeks to months. This pain can come and go, and it can be anywhere in the body. Chronic pain can lead to anxiety, depression, and insomnia. Chronic pain is quite different from acute pain and there are some differences between the two types. People usually experience severe pain, when it is injured by a broken bone or a cut on the skin. This pain does not last long. Pain is not something that can be ignored. If it grows, it should be fixed. As fear and pain persist, one begins to think negatively. Long-term negative thoughts begin to form in his mind, a process called fear conditioning. This factor causes an increase in blood pressure and anxiety disorders. Chronic pain is difficult to treat, and results in increased pain, fear, and negative thoughts. Extreme levels of fear lead to more pain, and the cycle of pain threats can be difficult to break. One of the best pills used to treat body pain symptoms is Hydrocodone 325mg, which you can easily buy from any trusted online pharmacy, such as Pharma Health Online.
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Unveiling Vital Insights: Pain Management Webinar for Pharmacists - 0 views

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    Hey there, folks! Ever find yourself caught up in the throes of pain, wondering if there's a better way to handle it? You're not alone. In fact, according to recent stats, a whopping 93% of people worldwide grapple with pain annually. And get this: 1 in 3 folks deal with it every single day. Crazy, right? But here's the kicker: despite pain being such a prevalent issue, many folks aren't tackling it head-on. Yep, you heard that right. There's a whole lot of suffering going on, and not enough proactive pain management happening. So, what's the solution? Well, that's where our Pain Management Webinar swoops in to save the day! Picture this: an hour jam-packed with enlightening insights, carefully curated to arm you and your team with the tools needed to understand, manage, and ease pain in your patients' lives. Diving Deep: What's Inside the Webinar Alright, buckle up because we're about to dive into the juicy details of what this webinar has in store for you. 1. The Evolving Role of Pharmacists First up, we're shedding light on the evolving role of pharmacists in the realm of pain management. Yep, you heard that right. It's not just about doling out pills anymore. Pharmacists are becoming key players in the fight against pain, and we'll show you exactly how. 2. Decoding Pain Assessment Ever struggle to figure out just how much pain your patients are in? We feel you. That's why we're dedicating some time to decode the art of pain assessment. By the time you're done with this segment, you'll be a pro at understanding and quantifying your patients' pain levels. 3. #ListenToPain: A Campaign for Better Conversations And last but certainly not least, we're shining a spotlight on Haleon's #ListenToPain campaign. This bad boy is all about fostering better conversations between you and your patients. Trust us, folks, communication is key when it comes to pain management, and this campaign's got all the tools you need to nail those conversations. Tailored Jus
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Relieve your pain with TENs devices. Is it the best choice? - 1 views

I don't recommend Tens devices for the patient. Nowadays, no evidence exists to have benefits to relief the pain. Better be treated by a physiotherapist or osteopath. https://www.purafisioterapia...

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Wrist and Forearm Splints Causes and Recovery Period | Health | Article Point - 0 views

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    Wrist and forearm splints may be suggested for people with weak wrists or for those that have been previously injured, for tendonitis wrist support and even as a preventative for those who awaken in the morning with pain or numbness after sleeping on their hands at night. The best orthopedic wrist braces for carpal tunnel syndrome, occupational stabilization and relief from the pain of wrist strains and sprains. This Right hand wrist and forearm splint from tynor is meant to be used among patients suffering from any injury or sprain in these regions. The splint is meant to provide controlled compression in various orthopaedic conditions. The splint immobilizes the area that helps in a speedier recovery. It has anatomical thumb opening that allows free movement of the thumb. It provides a lot of comfort and is easily breathable. Forearm splint is the term used to describe the forearm pain similarly the pain of lower leg over the shin is known as shin splints. Forearm splint describes the painful disease of elbow or wrist joint. Continuous pain in forearm is often caused by tendonitis, joint injury or hairline fracture of forearm bones (proximal radius or ulna near elbow joint). Overstretching of the elbow joint often causes forearm injury. Symptoms consist of a dull pain in the forearm. Pain is minor initially but increases as activity continues. Often pin-pointed to the dorsal or back of the hand side of the forearm, mid-way between the wrist and elbow. The patient may experience weakness in the wrist extensor muscles and tenderness deep in the forearm. Pain may be reproduced by attempting to bend the wrist backwards against resistance. They provided wrist splints are used in different medical institutions and hospitals for management of hand fractures. Our offered wrist splints are manufactured by skilled professionals using optimum quality basic material and advanced technology as per the set norms of market. As well, these wrist splints can be availed in v
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Panadol campaign:Celebrate the moment when release from pain - 0 views

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    Panadol launched a new purpose-led brand idea as part of a multi-channel campaign across Great Britain and Ireland. With nine out of 10 people suffering "everyday pain" and 65% of people saying they can't be happy when they are in pain[1], globally, the campaign reiterates the brand's commitment to holistic pain management by focusing on the acute pain recovery journey. Rooted in deep consumer understanding, the campaign idea celebrates that never-talked-about moment of realisation when you start to feel the release from pain. The new brand idea will bring to life the emotional transformation that those suffering from acute pain undergo, emphasising the role that Panadol can play in alleviating their pain. The Panadol campaign follows a period of strong sales growth for the brand, outperforming the category's own expansion by more than double[2]. This has been driven by shoppers who are searching for fast and effective pain relief products, such as Panadol's hero variants, including Panadol Extra Advance Tablets (paracetamol, caffeine), which has seen its growth almost doubled[3], as well as Panadol Advance Tablets (paracetamol) and Panadol Extra Advance Tablets. Monica Michalopoulou, GBI Marketing Director, said: "After two years of pandemic restrictions, now more than ever, people want to get back to their normal lives and to the people they love. But with pain preventing many of us from connecting with those we love or from doing the things we enjoy the most, we want to help consumers by understanding their pain journey and reassuring them on the treatments we can provide. This "Release" moment is so important for pain sufferers, and we hope our new brand campaign can shine a light on the role that Panadol can play in pain relief".
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Joint Pain:Effect of Weather and What to Do - 0 views

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    For many people who suffer from joint pain, the weather can be a big factor in their pain. While joint pain can be caused by many different things, such as arthritis, injuries, and age, the weather can aggravate and worsen the pain. Several studies have been conducted over the last several years; however, no concrete evidence supports one theory vs. another. That said, let's take a closer look at how weather affects joint pain and what you can do to minimize the discomfort. How Weather Affects Joint Pain It might seem like an old wives' tale, but there is actually some science behind how weather affects joint pain. Temperature Changes The temperature outside can majorly affect how much joint pain you experience. When temperatures drop, your body will get stiffer and more painful joints as the air around them gets colder. During hot days, the air humidity outside may cause swelling and increased inflammation in your joints which could lead to more pain. Pressure Changes Just like a barometer measures changes in atmospheric pressure, so does your body. Pressure changes due to shifts in the atmosphere can affect joint pain because pressure changes directly impact your joints' lubrication levels. When pressure drops and becomes low enough, it can cause extra friction between bones connected by tendons or muscles, resulting in more pain than usual.
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Pain Management in Elderly People |Role of Pharmacists - 0 views

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    Pharmacists are a vital member of the multidisciplinary team (MDT) supporting older people to manage their pain. The pharmacist is uniquely positioned to holistically review drug interactions and potential risks associated with each patient's medication and has the expertise to suggest alternative treatment options to reduce the risks associated with polypharmacy or unwanted side effects caused by other medications. Chronic pain The International Association for the Study of Pain defines pain as an unpleasant sensory and emotional experience associated with, or resembling that associated with, actual or potential tissue damage. Although universally experienced by everyone, the perception of pain is a deeply personal experience influenced by biological, psychological, and social factors, and constitutes an essential behavioural feedback mechanism aimed at protecting us from harm. Pain may be perceived as either acute or chronic. Chronic pain, defined as pain that persists longer than the normal healing time, constitutes a substantial healthcare burden, affecting approximately 20 per cent of people worldwide and accounts for 15-20 per cent of physician consultations. Chronic pain is often associated with disrupted mood and sleep, substance misuse and other chronic conditions. Additionally, comorbidities of chronic pain may also lead to complex medication regimens that increase the risks of adverse drug interactions and unwanted side effects.
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Chronic pain: How to measure using brain signals - 0 views

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    New research has shown that chronic pain can be objectively measured using brain signals, a report in The Conversation said. According to the report, a team of researchers conducted a study using brain implants capable of recording neural signals over an extended period. Their aim was to identify reliable markers of chronic pain severity in four patients as they went about their daily lives. While pain is typically a subjective experience, there is still much to discover about how pain signals are processed in the brain. Previous studies often relied on artificial settings, and the relationship between acute and chronic pain circuits remained unclear. To investigate this further, the researchers surgically implanted electrodes in the brains of four patients experiencing post-stroke pain and phantom limb pain. Neural signals were recorded in specific brain regions associated with planning, expectation, and emotion. The patients were then asked to report their pain severity levels multiple times a day for up to six months. Machine learning models were developed to analyse the recorded brain activity signals and predict the patients' self-reported pain intensity scores.
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Shoulder Pain Brief Guide : When to See a Doctor - 0 views

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    Shoulder pain is one of the most common types of pain that impacts your mobility and daily activities. Often associated with heart disease, shoulder pain can also occur due to an injury, trauma, or a medical condition like arthritis. While over-the-counter medications might help relieve the pain, it is crucial to address the cause of the pain becoming frequent. In this guide, we will be sharing particular situations that require a visit to an orthopedic doctor so you can get the appropriate treatment. AFTER AN ACCIDENT Minor injuries and accidents can cause inflammation and pain at the injury site which can be resolved by taking OTC medications and giving the body time to heal. However, in severe injuries, the joint may get swollen in an instant, cause extreme pain, or may seem deformed. In situations like these, there is a likelihood of a fracture and the injury then needs to be evaluated by a specialist. Depending on the severity of the accident, either the shoulder will be immobilized or operated on to repair the damage. If you have a broken shoulder, get plenty of rest, eat healthily, and follow your doctor's instructions for a quick recovery.
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Haleon ListenToPain Campaign: Transforming Pain Management - 0 views

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    Consumer health company Haleon, formerly known as GSK, claims that pain's emotional and life impact has grown by nearly 25 per cent in the past decade. The company has launched a campaign #ListenToPain to personalise patients' pain management through a series of practical tools and resources. The campaign was introduced on 28 September which focused on enabling the HCPs to maximise their time with patients and understand their pain experience - providing them with an effective treatment plan. The new data has been obtained through the fifth edition of the Haleon Pain Index (HPI). This social study measured the impact of individuals' everyday lives, their health, their feelings, their emotions, motivations and behaviours. They have spoken to more than 87,000 people around the world since their first edition in 2014 - HPI 1 (The State of Pain), which later progressed over the years from HPI 2 (Impact of Pain) in 2017, then HPI 3 (Managing Pain) in 2018, to HPI 4 (Treatment Journey), and finally HPI 5 (Pain and Inclusivity) in 2023.
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Erase My Backpain Stretch Review - 0 views

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    Erase My Back pain Stretch Emily Lark Is Erase My Back Pain Scam? Emily's back to life erase my back pain is for those who have back pain issues like sciatica, general back stiffness, mechanical back pain. It contains flow sequence and herbs that you can use to erase your back pain from the comfort of your home. This is a knowledgable solution as it treats the back pain from outside with exercises and herbs that will heal the back pain from the inside. While chiropractor are expensive, surgery has a mixed result and leaving the back pain with the hope that it will get better will make the matter worse and could start to affect other parts of the body...click link for more
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FIP members highlight to close gender gap in pain management - 0 views

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    The International Pharmaceutical Federation (FIP) in a report of a meeting of an international insight board published on Friday (27 January) highlighted the potential for pharmacists to close the existing gender gap in pain management. The insight board, assembled by FIP in Seville, Spain, in September 2022, was co-chaired by FIP vice president Professor Parisa Aslani. "Research indicates that pain experienced by women is underestimated and undertreated. Alarmingly, in addition to receiving less effective pain relief, evidence suggests that women with pain are more likely to be prescribed antidepressants," Prof. Aslani said. The insight board attributed much of this "gender pain gap" to implicit biases and put forward the view that pharmacy curricula and continuous professional development programmes must be able to provide adequate self-awareness and training to enable pain management without any bias. It also suggested ways in which pharmacists could be supported in addressing the gender pain gap in their practice.
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Mastering Musculoskeletal Wellness: Your Ultimate Guide - 0 views

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    Welcome to our comprehensive guide on understanding and managing musculoskeletal pain. This type of discomfort, often arising from an injury to the body's muscles, joints, tendons, ligaments, or nerves, can lead to significant functional impairment and reduced quality of life. In the following sections, we'll delve into the causes, diagnosis, and various treatment options for musculoskeletal pain, equipping you with the knowledge you need to manage and alleviate your symptoms effectively. Consult a Medical Professional While this guide offers a general understanding of musculoskeletal pain, it is critical to consult with a healthcare professional for any pain or discomfort you may be experiencing. Health practitioners can offer a proper diagnosis and develop a personalized treatment plan that considers your specific symptoms, condition, and overall health. For example, the best physical therapists can suggest a variety of exercises and stretches to help strengthen muscles and alleviate pain. Some pain may require surgery, while others can be managed with medication or physical therapy. Your medical provider will work with you to find the most effective treatment plan.
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Breaking the Silence: Empowering Pharmacists in Pain Management | Webinar - 0 views

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    Amidst the pervasive prevalence of pain, with 93% of the global populace experiencing it annually and 1 in 3 enduring daily discomfort, there persists a reluctance to address and treat pain proactively. This leads to a heightened burden of suffering among individuals. Join us for an enlightening 1-hour Pain Management Webinar, meticulously crafted to equip you and your team with vital strategies to comprehend, manage, and alleviate pain in patients' daily lives. Delve into topics such as the pharmacist's evolving role, understanding pain assessment, and Haleon's #ListenToPain campaign, aimed at fostering better patient conversations. Tailored for pharmacists in GB dealing with acute or chronic pain, this webinar promises to enhance patient care and contribute positively to their well-being. Don't miss out on this opportunity to make a meaningful difference. Register now to secure your spot at this impactful event!
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Unlocking the Secrets to Pain Management: Join Our Exclusive Webinar - 0 views

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    Amidst the pervasive prevalence of pain, with 93% of the global populace experiencing it annually and 1 in 3 enduring daily discomfort, there persists a reluctance to address and treat pain proactively. This leads to a heightened burden of suffering among individuals. Join us for an enlightening 1-hour Pain Management Webinar, meticulously crafted to equip you and your team with vital strategies to comprehend, manage, and alleviate pain in patients' daily lives. Delve into topics such as the pharmacist's evolving role, understanding pain assessment, and Haleon's #ListenToPain campaign, aimed at fostering better patient conversations. Tailored for pharmacists in GB dealing with acute or chronic pain, this webinar promises to enhance patient care and contribute positively to their well-being. Don't miss out on this opportunity to make a meaningful difference. Register now to secure your spot at this impactful event!
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Empower Your Practice: Transformative Strategies for Pain Management in Pharmacists - A... - 0 views

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    Join the fight against pain! Globally, 93% face it yearly, with 1 in 3 enduring daily agony. But we're not fighting smart. Enter our Pain Management Webinar! In just an hour, gain tools to tackle pain head-on. Here's what's inside: Pharmacists' New Role: Beyond pills. Mastering Pain Assessment: Quantify patient pain. #ListenToPain: Better patient talks. Tailored for GB pharmacists handling acute and chronic pain. Don't miss this chance to make a real impact. Secure your spot now for invaluable insights!
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Unlocking Pain Relief Webinar : Essential Strategies for Effective Management - 0 views

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    We invite you to join our complimentary 1-hour Pain Management Webinar, meticulously crafted to equip you and your team with essential strategies for understanding, addressing, and alleviating pain in your patients' lives. This webinar will delve into various topics, including the evolving role of pharmacists in pain management, the significance of timely intervention, and initiatives like Haleon's #ListenToPain campaign Pain is a universal experience, with nearly everyone encountering it at some point in their lives. Whether it's acute or chronic, pain can significantly diminish the quality of life and hinder daily activities. Understanding the multifaceted nature of pain is crucial in developing effective management strategies.
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