Surely you also have a cabinet filled with various medicines and other products useful in case of minor domestic injuries or minor health problems. That is, caution does not hurt.
But have you ever questioned what medications you must always have in your home and who can “save” you from the little inconveniences that appear exactly when your world is dearest? Below is a useful top:
Anti-inflammatory drugs (such as those based on ibuprofen or acetylsalicylic acid) are extremely useful in treating various types of pain (chronic pain, menstrual pain, headaches and migraines, dental pain, etc.)
If aspirin is contraindicated, paracetamol may be used due to simultaneous treatment with anticoagulants or uricosuric (used to treat gout), haemophilia, gastrointestinal disorders or even digestive intolerance to acetylsalicylic acid.
Anti-febrile drugs (such as paracetamol), suitable for body temperature rises. Paracetamol is indicated for the treatment of pain after some surgery, sprains, fractures, dislocations, dental neuralgia.
Antidiarrheal medicines (based on loperamide). Certain emergencies are always coming unannounced! The reverse of the medal can appear as unexpected, so it would not hurt to have drugs or laxative syrup.
Antihistaminic medications effective against allergies so disturbing, especially in the first summer and autumn.
Antacid or digestive drugs, for stomach burns, but also antispasmodic, useful in treating cramps and abdominal discomfort in general.
One very important thing is that this place dedicated to “doftorii” is not out of reach of children! Also, it is advisable to place it in places free of humidity and excessive heat (ideal temperature is 15-22 Â° C, except for refrigeration).
Do not forget to check the maturity date of your medication when and when it’s a good idea to keep your original cans or containers at your fingertips.