Paracetamol

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Paracetamol, or acetaminophen, is a widely used over-the-counter drug for forgetting the blues of life and relieve people feeling a little bit under the weather.

It is most commonly used for the relief of headaches and other aches that come when you're fed up with life, and is also administered when the patient is suffering from a cold or a flu. Along with morphine, it can also be used to relieve pain after going through a surgery or in patients who even the Devil can't save.

The side effects of Paracetamol include difficulty in breathing, constipation and a strong feeling that you're on top of the world - a term the specialists like to call "euphoria".

Uses

Although Paracetamol is generally used in relieving acute pain ( kind of like somebody punched you in the groin ), people have started to use the drug for every pain they encounter, ranging from rheumatoid arthritis to a pain in the ass.

Paracetamol intake should be administered carefully, due to the rising number of patients with paracetamol addiction. One effect of this is that the body develops tolerance towards the drug and if this is not controlled in time, your stomach could well be a haven of paracetamol tablets.

Adverse Effects

Some patients might develop drowsiness, itching, dry mouth, constipation and the growing want to puke on somebody's face ( sometimes referred to as nausea).

Comparitively rare side effects of the drug include confusion, seeing things that aren't there, dizziness, headache, reduced or increased heart rate and the apparent denial of the urinary bladder to let out urine.

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