The use of pain relief spray as a form of at home therapy has increased in popularity in the last few years. This article will detail how to select a good product. This type of spray is most often used for muscle and joint issues, such as pain or swelling. One easy thing to look for is that your product does not have any harsh chemicals and is all natural in it’s ingredients list. Usually you can choose between a spray or roll on form. The odor and the greasiness of the product are other things to keep in mind.
There are many choices of pain relief spray so it is important to look at the key ingredients. Below we will talk about two of the most commonly included ingredients in pain relief spray. These include the herb Boswellia Serrata which is anti-inflammatory and the impressive Methysulfonlymethane (MSM). We will finish up with common ailments that are effectively treated with the spray.
MSM should certainly be part of the ingredients in your pain relief spray. It is a naturally occurring sulfur compound that assists in forming muscles, hair, nails and skin and builds health cells in the body. What is great about MSM is that it’s ability to relieve pain comes without any serious side effects. This is because it is not a drug it is a nutritional supplement. MSM stops pain transmission along nerve pathways resulting in an analgesic effect. It can also lessen inflammation and muscle spasm. Plus it increases blood supply and softens scar tissue.
Boswellia is also usually included in pain relief spray due to it’s anti-arthritis and analgesic properties. It is able to achieve this by disrupting the inflammation cycle and therefore also can have anti-inflammatory properties. The other way it is involved in in stopping inflammation is through a inhibition of key inflammatory component Cox-2, but what is great is that it has no nasty side effects like normal drugs. Boswellia also helps with movement and range of motion of joints by helping synovial fluid levels. A terrific herb for arthritis, backache, pain, musculoskeletal problems, stiff joints and joint inflammation.
The most common issues treated with pain relief spray are tendonitis, tendon strains, arthritis and muscle sprains. If your joint pain is unexplained or has associated symptoms, be smart and seek the right medical advice. Inadequate warm up or excessive use can result in muscle aches but pain can also happen with other conditions like arthritis or rheumatism. These types of issues are good to treat with a pain relief spray. It can also help with sporting injuries that are stopping your workouts, keeping you off the tennis court or golf course or just making day to day living uncomfortable.
Muscular problems and joint pain can be treated effectively with pain relief spray. A sore muscle due to overuse or a tendonitis from sports are all good candidates for spray treatment. Choose a natural product that contains some of the key anti inflammatory ingredients. That way you will know the product you are using is the right one for the job and your pain will go away.