Pain is not weakness leaving the body, but instead a three alarm fire telling you that there is something wrong with your body – something that requires immediate attention.
Regardless of whether or not you have a fantastic tolerance for pain, and regardless of whether or not you’ve been dealing with some kind of pain pretty much every day of your life, it’s critical that you address any and all signs or signals of severe pain just as quickly as you can.
This is especially true of acute severe pain that seemingly bubbles up out of nowhere. This is a precursor or indicator of very real and serious medical conditions that need to be taken care of straightaway.
If you are dealing with severe pain right now, this minute, pay attention to the information below so that you get the help – and the pain relief – that you deserve.
The first thing you need to do is understand is whether or not it is chronic or acute pain.
Managing Chronic Pain
Chronic pain is pain associated with certain conditions such as arthritis. In this case, you probably know already what is causing the pain and how best to deal with it. You either take the surgical route (if possible) or you opt for a pain control solution.
In this case, you probably already know what works for you because you have taken it before and gotten the results you need. Moderate to severe chronic pain almost always needs strong painkillers. These include co-codamol and other codeine based medications as well as Tramadol, a synthetic opioid medication that is very effective for moderate to severe pain.
Diagnosing Acute Pain
The first thing you need to do if you have acute pain of unknown origin is to get immediate medical attention for a diagnosis. You should not go online and buy Tramadol as a quick fix (as you might with chronic pain). Instead you must get the “insider information” you need to know exactly what is going on with you, exactly what this pain is stemming from, and what you need to do about it.
By skipping the diagnosis and jumping right to using pain relief for pain control products you might be able to mask or hide the signals that your body is sending you, signals that are telling you something is wrong and needs to be addressed.
Unless you are in the habit of ignoring fire alarms even when there are signs of smoke, it’s a good idea to contact your GP (at the very least) and perhaps even schedule an appointment with or show up to an emergency service or hospital.
Take advantage of pain control and pain relief drugs
Pain relief and pain control drugs like tramadol can help you to quickly and almost effortlessly moderate severe pain without any extra effort on your behalf.
These pain control solutions go to work almost immediately after taking, working to create a pain free environment in your body from the “inside out”. The ingredients (the active ingredients, that is) in drugs like tramadol are going to block the pain signals and receptors in your body until the substances have been flushed from your system (at which point it’s time to re-up your dosage).
Obviously, when you’re talking about potent and powerful drugs like tramadol you’re going to need to get a prescription from your GP (or some other licensed medical professional) before you’ll be able to get your hands on them. In my case, I live in the UK so I was able to buy co-codamol online in the strong 30mg/500mg version – visit site – from a licensed pharmacy. I don’t think it is possible to that in the US and other places. If you do choose to buy painkillers online, I would strongly advise you to make sure you are dealing with a licensed pharmacy like I did. It is pretty easy to check them out in the UK. Do not in any circumstances buy from one of these unregulated sites.
There are also obvious side effects to using these kinds of drugs, as your body is going to see even the most helpful pain control drug (like tramadol) as an outside agent. Your body will do everything it can to attack the compounds and then shuttle them out of your body swiftly, doing whatever it can to get them out of you. Make sure you alert your GP to any side effects that you’re dealing with stemming from these pain relief solutions.
Be sure to treat the root core of the issue, and not just the symptoms
Lastly, it’s of the utmost importance that you do not become dependent upon pain relief or pain control products unless it is the only way to control your chronic pain.
For acute pain, you’re going to want to use the solutions as a stopgap fix – a temporary bit of relief from the pain that you’ve been dealing with so that you can fix and repair the underlying issues.
Again, your GP and other medical professionals are going to be able to point you in the right direction as far as the best approach to eliminating your pain and fixing your medical issues are concerned.