16th April 2014 | Author:
Syndol is gone, but there are alternatives!
Syndol is back! Popular painkiller Syndol has been off the market for a while now but the requests haven’t stopped coming in. We at TheHealthcounter have worked our magic and now have the elusive Syndol back in stock! Check out the latest Press Release from Syndol here.
Syndol’s Secret Weapon?
Syndol has a tailored formulation of paracetamol, codeine and caffeine which relieves headaches and migraine pain effectively, making it one of the most sought after products in the market.
This combination of three active ingredients blocks the nerves that transmit the pain impulse to the brain; therefore helping to reduce the brain’s awareness of these pain impulses
Do you suffer with Headaches or Migraines?
The pain experienced by headache and migraine sufferers can vary and finding the right painkiller to manage your individual symptoms is important. Syndol Headache Relief’s blend of three active ingredients has been designed to:
- Effectively relieve headache and migraine pain
- Restore calm
- Help you get on with your day
As well as providing effective relief from headache and migraine pain, Syndol also helps to relieve pain associated with menstrual periods.
More than 10 million people suffer from headaches in the UK, so it is important to remember that you are not alone.
Most headaches aren’t serious and can be treated with pharmacy remedies and lifestyle changes, such as:
- Having a regular sleeping pattern
- Swapping alcohol for more water
- Maintaining a good posture
Headaches have many different causes but can generally be split into two types:
Primary headaches – those not due to another underlying health problem
Secondary headaches – which have a separate cause, such as illness
But whether you are a stay at home parent, busy at work, or studying for your exams, headaches can make it difficult to concentrate or enjoy your day. You may feel low and unable to cope, therefore possibly needing to miss work or arrange childcare, which can just cause further worry and stress.
Migraine is a common health condition – around one in seven adults in the UK experience them, however, women are three times more likely to get them than men.
Migraines seem to be hereditary with about half of all migraine sufferers having a close family member who also has them. A severe headache is usually felt as a throbbing pain at the front or on one side of the head, however migraines sometimes come with other symptoms, such as nausea or sensitivity to light.
Migraines can occur annually or several times a week, but mostly once or twice a month. They can last up to 72 hours, during which time any activity can often make the pain worse. During a migraine attack most people find sleeping or lying in a darkened room with a cold compress to hand to help soothe your head.
Massage techniques, such as applying pressure to the pulse points on the side of your forehead or neck, can also help calm down the symptoms. Others may find eating helps.
Always read the Syndol patient information leaflet to make sure it is suitable for you.
Where can you get your Syndol today?