When dealing with arthritis pain, one of the first decisions you need to make is how you are going to treat your discomfort – with a pill, like you might buy at a drugstore. Or with a topical pain reliever that directly targets your arthritis pain.
Both have their proponents, but it’s always best to make your own decision. So let’s take a look at how effective each one is for arthritis pain relief…
How Oral Pain Relievers Work
These are the pills you reach for in the grocery store, such as acetaminophen, ibuprofen, or aspirin. They’ve been around forever and are the first thing most of us think of when we hurt. But that doesn’t mean they are the right choice for arthritis pain. See, even once you take an oral pain medication, it has a long way to go before you feel relief. Before it starts working, it has to be digested and make its way into the bloodstream. This can feel like an eternity when you’re in pain.
Also, oral pain relievers come with side effects that aren’t necessarily worth the risk, especially if your pain isn’t too severe. For example, NSAIDs are notorious for having negative interactions with other drugs, so if you are taking anything else, there could be dangerous complications.
Finally, these pain pills are generalized, as opposed to targeted, which means they flood the body with active ingredients – including parts of the body that may not need it. This is how people end up with stomach problems when they had an achy shoulder – the pills started in the stomach so they impacted the stomach lining. The good news is that a single dose of oral pain relievers can last 4, 6, 8 hours, sometimes even longer.
How Topical Pain Creams Work for Arthritis Pain Relief
Topical pain relievers are fast, many of them starting to work almost on contact. If they are cooling from menthol, or warming from capsaicin, many people report feeling better as soon as the topical is absorbed. And the joints keep feeling better as the cream has time to work.
Unlike oral pain relievers, topical pain relievers are targeted. You can use them directly on whichever joint aches and the active ingredient will be focused directly on that specific area.
Plus, the relief you get from topical pain relievers lasts as long as it does for oral pain relievers – without having to choke down any extra pills.
Both oral pain relievers and topical pain relievers provide a temporary easing of arthritis pain, but neither is a fix or a cure. So you need to decide -- How fast do you want your arthritis pain to be relieved? How much medicine do you want to be taking? And how targeted do you want the product to be?
Arthritis Relief Cream – Fast, Powerful, Targeted
Arthritis Relief Cream provides the best arthritis pain relief, going to work almost immediately and soothing your joints directly where they hurt. You can use just the right quantity of cream for the amount of pain you’re in, not more than you need.
And it’s not just the menthol working for you. The unique, specialized blend of natural oils in Arthritis Relief Cream helps enhance the absorption through the skin, making sure you get the ultimate relief that menthol can offer.
Sure, you have choices between oral and topical pain relievers. But when speed and accuracy matter, like they do when your joints ache, Arthritis Relief Cream is your clear choice for the best arthritis pain relief.
Take a few minutes to watch this brief presentation. You’ll see exactly why Arthritis Relief Cream is the perfect, portable arthritis pain reliever. And when you order now, you’ll get 25% off your first order!
Don’t wait another minute to discover the arthritis solution that eases your pain on contact and lets you put an end to the pill-popping waiting game once and for all.