Kirkland Signature™ Ibuprofen IB Tablets active ingredient is 200 mg of ibuprofen in each capsule-shaped tablet, a pain reliever and fever reducer for adults and children age 12 years and over. Relieve minor aches and pains with Kirkland Signature™ Ibuprofen IB Tablets, a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID).
The active ingredient in Kirkland Signature™ Ibuprofen IB Tablets is 200 mg of ibuprofen, a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug that delivers relief of minor aches and pains plus fever reduction in each dose.
Use Kirkland Signature™ Ibuprofen IB Tablets to temporarily relieve minor aches and pains due to: headache; muscular aches; minor pain of arthritis; toothache; backache; the common cold; and menstrual cramps; and to temporarily reduce fever.
Muscles, bones and joints are vulnerable targets for pain to attack. Chronic pain may begin with an injury or illness, but could also originate with anything from a bad mattress to arthritis. It is the continual firing of the pain signals.
Acute pain acts as an alarm such as with a bee sting or stubbing your toe and can last a few moments or for longer.
Acetaminophen relieves pain by talking to the area of the brain that receives the pain signals.
NSAIDS (Nonsteroidal Anti-Inflammatory Drugs) relieve pain by reducing the production of hormone-like substances (prostaglandins) that cause pain.
Exercise may help with chronic pain as it keeps a person more active and releases endorphins, the body’s natural pain blocker.
Not getting enough sleep can make pain worse or pain can prevent a good night’s sleep. Practicing good bed time habits by going to sleep and waking up on a regular schedule may be helpful.
Good distractions such as playing a game, reading or conversation with friends can also help relieve pain.
Fatty meats, wine and cheese may be foods that trigger pain in some people. Keeping a food diary and eliminating certain types of food can help determine if that is the case.
Other activities that may help relieve pain are yoga, strength training, and deep breathing.