... would not be good to take Aleve for chronic pain. So what should I take for pain, other than Tylenol. It really doesn't help. I was thinking that Tylenol Arthritis would be too much aspirin since I'm already taking an aspirin. Aleve helped, but now I don't wish to mess my kidneys up, with too much aspirin
I take Advil Gel Caps only, they are the only thing that helps, the only thing. However, keep in mind that some of your meds could make Advil a no no. (I cant think of the correct term, LOL). Check with your Doc.
Also, I could be mistaken but I thought Tylenol didnt have aspirin in it?
Could you switch from aspirin to Aleve? It's not recommended, but sometimes doctors will prescribe two NSAIDs for certain patients, but only when safe weighing all the factors.
Gentle or Restorative yoga or something very different called yoga Nidra (there are good and free apps available with these meditations ready for use and all different lengths and themes).
Physical therapy is also very helpful and they can help teach you how to care for your unique body best.
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