Got a pain? Painkiller drugs are not the right answer for solving your problem. Listen close to what I am about to reveal to you later in this report about how you do solve this problem. Right now I’m going to spell it out to you the many dangers of some of the most popular painkiller drugs.

Tylenol/Aspirin – about 15 % of the people on dialysis are there as a result of the damage that Tylenol and/or aspirin did to their kidneys. These two drugs may also be associated with diverticular disease of the colon, too. Individuals who used either drug regularly were 2.5 times more likely to be diagnosed with chronic renal failure, compared with individuals who did not use these painkillers.

Advil/Aleve – Not only may these over the counter drugs increase your blood pressure but they can also increase your risk of heart and kidney failure. The non-steroidal – anti-flammatory drugs like these two drugs may block the production of prostaglandins, which are known to dilate blood vessels.

When fever prostaglandins are present, blood vessels may narrow which could lead to hypertension. It is concluded that a large portion of U.S. hypertension cases may be the result of over using these pain medications.

Enbrel – The European Medicines Evaluation Agency (EMEA) has urged doctors to exercise caution when prescribing this treatment for rheumatoid arthritis following ten reports of serious blood reactions, five of them fatal.

While this may not seem like a large number, only about 5500 people are currently taking the drug in the entire European Union. Enbrel is a recombinant tumor necrosis factor receptor that has been prescribed to 80,000 patients worldwide. It was launched in the United States in November of 1998 and in the European Union in February 2000.

All patients should be informed that if they develop signs and symptoms suggestive of blood disorders or infections, they should seek immediate medical advice, where they should be evaluated urgently and immediately, including getting a full blood count.

OxyContin, trade name for Oxycodone, is a long lasting painkiller designed to work for 12 hours when it’s swallowed whole. However, if the pill is crushed, it’s produces heroin-like high when it is swallowed, snorted or injected. The number of deaths related to OxyContin increased fivefold from 1996 to 2001; prescriptions for the drug increased 20-fold during the same period. Meanwhile, the drug caused 146 deaths and contributed to another 318 in 2002 alone.

Motrin – The parents of a girl who went blind after taking Children’s Motrin have sued Johnson and Johnson, saying the packaging didn’t adequately explain the possible risks. The court case has drawn attention to the possible side effects of a drug most parents view as benign. Side effect of the drug can include severe reactions such as hives, facial swelling, asthma, shock, skin reddening, rash and blisters.

Motrin carries of long list of warnings and instructions beyond these most common symptoms, and stomach bleeding is just the beginning of that list.

Here’s the absolute truth about painkillers or any prescription drug, they are dangerous and can be deadly. For some reason knowledge of how to enhance our automatic healing impulse has been lost in the United States and the Western world until every recently. For several hundred years we have believed that disease comes from the outside and attacks the individual who is a helpless victim.

The best and most profound medicine is already in us. We must learn and then apply methods to turn the medicine on and activate its ability to heal us. The bottom line is, feed your body the right food and nutrients, exercise regularly, manage stress and the odds are the body will heal itself. Start practicing these methods and save yourself a lot of grief.

These methods have been proven more times than people would believe. Forget painkiller drugs. They only mask your problem. They solve nothing. My ebook “How to Become Healthier in Body and Mind is about many ways to take proper care of your body and mind and live a healthier life. You can find it at my website:

Author's Bio: 

Born in Jeffersonville, IN Sonny spent most of his adult life in the family florist business. Becoming dissatisfied with it at the age 42 years he left it to begin a career in sales. After 20 years in that career he retired and now spends most of his time researching the Internet for information on alternative and natural methods of healing of illnesses and diseases. In addition because of his past interest in sales he also does extensive research on self - development issues. His passion in life has always been to share this vital information so others will be able to develop a healthy and prosperous lifestyle that they greatly desire.