The drugs don’t work, say back pain researchers

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There are many drugs that you can take to get back pain relief. The pharmacys make a ton of money off of them from individuals and insurance companies. The sad thing is that researchers say that back pain medications don’t work. They don’t fix the problem and they can be very addicting. Make sure and consider alternative when it comes to your pain so that you can avoid the consequences of taking to many pills for the pain.

Key Takeaways:

  • Research indicates that NSAIDs, which are non-steroidal, anti-inflammatory agents, offer little by way of back pain relief to sufferers.
  • Two commonly used NSAIDs, aspirin and Ibuprofen, were looked into by The George Institute for Global Health.
  • Findings showed that only one in six users of such pills achieved significant results.

“When you factor in the side effects which are very common, it becomes clear that these drugs are not the answer to providing pain relief”

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