Introduction to Brufen Power Spray 20gm

It is effective in providing relief from several types of pain like joint pain, back pain, neck pain, muscle pain, and shoulder pain

It contains double strength of diclofenac and just a one spray is enough to get relief from longlasting pain

How Brufen Power Spray 20gm Works?

A constituent present named Methyl salicylate have counter-irritant action aids relieving discomfort in the affected area. Another constituent; Menthol provides a cooling effect on the affected area. Diclofenac diethylamine provides intense pain relief.

How To Use Brufen Power Spray 20gm

  • Shake it well before use
  • Hold it at a distance of 510 cm away while spraying and apply at an angle of 45degree
  • Apply at least 23 times a day on the affected area to get rid of pain

Special Precautions About Brufen Power Spray 20gm

  • Store in a cool, dry place away from direct heat
  • Do not expose the product to temperatures exceeding 50°C Avoid freezing
  • Keep out of reach of children
  • It is for external use only

Benefits Of Brufen Power Spray 20gm

  • Effective in a wide range of pains and reducing swelling
  • It is eay to use and ensure no wastage during application

Side Effects Of Brufen Power Spray 20gm

  • Not Found

What If I Missed A Dose Of Brufen Power Spray 20gm

When you remember apply it. Do not double up for the missed dose.

Similar Medicine Of Brufen Power Spray 20gm

For information purposes only. Consult a doctor before taking any medicines.

Health And Lifestyle

For those experiencing pain in joint, back, neck, muscle, and shoulder, proper rest is necessary to recover fast. Make gentle movements and avoid strong and harsh motions to avoid further strain. Apply heat or cold packs for relief, practice good posture, and engage in regular stretching exercise to promote flexibility. Have a balanced diet, including protein rich items in your diet.

Drug Interaction

  • NA

DRUG FOOD INTERACTION

  • NA

Disease Explanation

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Pain in joint, back, neck, muscle, and shoulder due to various underlying conditions such as muscle strain, poor posture, heavy weight lifting, injury and arthritis.

Update on: Wednesday, 5 June, 2024

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Written By:

Ashwani Singh