The warnings of short term use can be found on the jar of course. The lowest dose necessary to achieve results is recommended. A consultation with a Physician is advised.
No matter what sport interests you or how serious we are about it muscle or joint pain will appear when we over do it. It could just be called “having too much fun.”
I hadn’t read this before. Because of the effect on the kidneys Ibuprofen can have a diabetes effect on your body. You also may increase the chances of dehydration (especially in hot weather).
The “less” we use an NASID the lower the risk of organ damage. The more we use then the higher our tolerance become making higher doses necessary for the same effect.
Have fun. Play safe. Drink water.
- Aspirin vs. Ibuprofen: 6 Pain Killers and Their Benefits (savings.com)
- The love affair with ibuprofen (bbc.co.uk)
This unique formula was created by a coach and a physician to help sports minded people to recuperate faster and lessen the chances of a repeat of the same injury. The rest is history.
This is not a pain masking product loaded with menthol.