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Summer Fitness and Safer Pain Relief with Salonpas
Summer is here in Missouri and we are spending more and more time outside in the sun, gardening, and of course some time in the pool. But one thing I know for certain is that lots of people including Brady and I are working out harder than ever. While we don’t exercise for hours on end each day we do try to spend some time on the treadmill and of course swimming along with time in the garden.
But the older we get the more aches and pains we are getting. Brady has arthritis in his hip and knees, while I have it in my ankle and the stress of the day takes its toll on my shoulders. But I’ve found that if I keep my Salonpas near our aches and pains are further and farther in between. Doctors agree that topical OTC analgesic products, in the form of creams, gels, sprays and patches, are a healthier solution for pain management. And who am I to disagree with a Dr.?
I love using Salonpas because putting medicine right on the aches and pains is perfect because it gives my stomach and liver a break. Salonpas actually uses less medicine to deliver an effective dose and comes in a variety of products.
The full product suite from Salonpas includes:
Salonpas® Lidocaine Plus Pain Relieving Cream
Salonpas® Lidocaine Plus Pain Relieving Liquid
Salonpas® Lidocaine Pain Relieving Gel-Patch
Salonpas® Pain Relieving Patch
Salonpas® DEEP Relieving Gel
Salonpas® Pain Relief Patch
Salonpas® Pain Relieving Gel-Patch Hot
And last but not least the Salonpas® Pain Relieving Jet Spray.
About Salonpas according to Dr. Aristotle Economou
“Acetaminophen has a narrow therapeutic window, meaning the difference between a safe and effective dose and an overdose, which could led to liver toxicity, is a relatively small increment in milligram consumption,” says Dr. Aristotle Economou, author and acclaimed Beverly Hills physician. “Topical pain relievers such as creams, gels and sprays work locally and large reduce, although they do not entirely eliminate the systemic risk, that OTC pain pills can present. The is the first and only topical non-steroidal anti-inflammatories (NSADs) approved through the FDA’s rigorous New Drug Application process which is the same process used to approve prescription medicines.”