Ibuprofen in a Nut shell and other pain relievers

15 Jul

How Ibuprofen works.

You have pain.

You take pain pill

The pain pills attack…soothe…your cells and nerves….

See listen right….

When you take a pain reliever like ibuprofen, it keeps injured or damaged cells from making and releasing prostaglandin. When the cells don’t release this chemical, it means that the brain won’t get the pain message as quickly or clearly. So your pain goes away or becomes less severe for as long as the cells aren’t releasing the chemical. Acetaminophen (another type of paing reliever) works in the brain so you don’t feel the pain.

The end….but you don’t have to take my word for it.


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