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     Pain killers: What are they and their uses

Pain killers are drugs that relieve pain. You can find them in most pharmacies. You may have seen a person at the pharmacy counter talking to the pharmacist about their pain medication needs and asking for an appropriate prescription. This is a common scene since people who experience chronic or acute pain need relief from it daily. The types of pain medications vary depending on what’s causing the discomfort- everything from headaches to arthritis can be treated with different medicines. Some examples of these include ibuprofen, acetaminophen/paracetamol, aspirin (NSAIDs), and codeine.

There are many ways in which you can use your chosen type of drug: topically (applied directly onto the skin), orally (swallowed), or intravenously (through injection).

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Pain Killers: How They Work, Their Modes of Actions and Types

Pain killers are a form of medication that reduces our perception of pain. Painkillers can be categorized as either opioid, non-opioid drugs, or NSAIDs. Opioids work by binding to opioid receptors, which block pain signals from the nerves to the brain. Non-opioid drugs work by blocking pain signals from nerve endings to the brain, reducing feelings of despair. There are many different types and modes of action for both types of drugs, but they all have one goal: relief from physical discomfort caused by injury or disease symptoms. The most common types of pain killers are  NSAID drugs, including aspirin, ibuprofen, naproxen sodium, and ketoprofen. These medications work by blocking enzymes that cause inflammation and reduce the production of prostaglandins in the body which trigger feelings of pain.

In some cases, painkillers may also be used as a combination drug with other medications or as part of a process to withdraw from other medicines that are addictive.

For example, codeine is commonly used to help people trying to quit using illegally obtained opiates or opioids because it can help control withdrawal symptoms. This pain reliever is also used because it has a similar chemical makeup to morphine, making it highly addictive and potentially abused by those who do not need it for pain relief.

             Pain Killers: Side Effects and Risks

It’s not uncommon to see someone popping an NSAID painkiller every day. What you may not know is that these medications can come with serious side effects and risks. For example, the risk of developing stomach ulcers, Bleeding, cardiovascular disease, or kidney problems increases dramatically when taking NSAIDs long-term.

People who take codeine, an opioid, can experience mental and physical dependence on it after taking it for a short time. Long-term use of this drug can also lead to “addiction, abuse, and misuse,” leading to respiratory depression, low blood pressure, and even hallucinations. While Side effects of non-opioid include heart attack, Kidney problem, Liver problem, nausea, vomiting, constipation, and lightheadedness.

               Precaution when using Pain Killers

Pain killers are some of the most widely used medications in the world. They’re also among the most dangerous due to their addictive properties and side effects. To avoid addiction or other problems associated with painkillers, here are five precautions you should take when using these drugs:

1) Be aware that painkillers can be addicting

2) Don’t use them if you don’t need them

3) Use over-the-counter remedies like acetaminophen, ibuprofen, and


4) Avoid mixing medicine with alcohol

5) Keep track of how many pills you have left, so you know when it’s time to

refill your prescription.


Dosage form and strength of different pain killer Ibuprofen

Film coated tablets

  • 100mg contain 100mg ibuprofen/tablet
  • 200mg contain 200mg ibuprofen/ tablet
  • 400mg contain 400mg ibuprofen/ tablet
  • 600mg contain 600mg ibuprofen/ tablet
  • 800mg contain 800mg ibuprofen/ tablet

Oral Capsule

  • 400 mg contains 400mg ibuprofen/capsule.

Chewable tablets

  • 50 mg contains 50mg ibuprofen/chewabletablet.
  • 100 mg contains 100mg ibuprofen/chewable tablet.

Oral suspension

  • 100mg/5ml contains 100 mg ibuprofen /5ml oral suspension.
  • 40mg/ml contains 40 mg ibuprofen /ml oral suspension.



  • 15mg contains 15mg codeine/tablet
  • 30mg contains 30mg codeine/ tablet
  • 60mg contains 60mg codeine/ tablet



  • 325mg contains 325mg acetaminophen/tablet
  • 500mg contains 500mg acetaminophen/tablet

Oral Capsule

  • 325mg contain 320mg acetaminophen /capsule.
  • 500mg contains 500mg acetaminophen/capsule.


  • 325 contains 325mg acetaminophen/caplet.
  • 500 contains 500mg acetaminophen/ caplet.
  • 650 contains 650mg acetaminophen/ caplet.

Chewable tablets

  • 80 mg contains 80mg acetaminophen/chewabletablet

Oral suspension

  • 160mg/5ml contains 160mg acetaminophen/5ml oral suspension.

Oral liquid

  • 160mg/5ml contains 160mg acetaminophen/5ml oral liquid.
  • 500mg/5ml contains 500mg acetaminophen/5ml oral liquid.

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