Date PostedMay 11, 2017

Alcohol Best for Pain Relief

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Source: TheGuardian.com

As strange as it may sound, alcohol is a stronger painkiller than paracetamol, a recent UK study has found.

After a night out drinking whether you’ve over indulged or not, it’s common to have a headache the next day. Well you may want to reach for a beer instead of paracetamol.

Greenwich University researchers found that alcohol, although not a good long term plan for pain relief, is better at addressing pain that  traditional painkillers.

Increasing your blood alcohol level to 0.08 actually also increases your pain threshold and has a similar effect on the body as codeine.

Read more at https://au.news.yahoo.com/a/35217464/alcohol-better-for-pain-relief-than-painkillers-report/#page1

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