1. Essential guide to anti-inflammatory foods

    Anti-Inflammatory Foods: What You Need To Know

    Redness, swelling, and pain can be uncomfortable, but they’re usually signs that your body is working hard to heal itself. When you’re exposed to bacteria and viruses, your immune system starts working against the invaders. One of the most important immune responses to these invaders is inflammation. Inflammatory cells are released by your immune system in an effort to trap bacteria and other unwanted substances. Inflammation also aims to repair and heal damaged tissue. This can be a painful process, but it’s a vital one. Sometimes, however, your immune system triggers this response when there isn’t anything to fight against. This type of inflammation can cause significant pain and make it difficult to go about your daily life. The discomfort can be made even worse if it turns into a chronic condition.

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  2. Understanding naproxen's role in pain relief & reduces inflammation

    Naproxen: How It Works To Relieve Pain And Inflammation

    Even on the best of days pain can stop you in your tracks and keep you from being able to do the things you love most. That’s why when you’re in pain, you want medication that will provide fast and effective relief. If you see a GP or doctor about your pain and are given a prescription, one of the first lines of medicinal defence against pain is a medication called Naproxen.

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  3.  Best Medication For Inflammation

    Best Medication For Inflammation

    Inflammation is a broad term that applies to your body’s response to things that harm it. When you have an infection, cut, injury, or toxin in your body, it will attempt to heal the damaged tissue by releasing chemicals from your immune system as well as releasing antibodies and proteins.

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  4. Naproxen or Celecoxib: Which is Better?

    Naproxen or Celecoxib: Which is Better?

    Pain can decrease your quality of life. Whether your pain is from a temporary condition such as menstrual cramps or a chronic condition like arthritis, there are a number of pain alleviation treatments available. You can try self-help which can include moderate movement, warm baths, hot compresses and rest.

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