What Can I Take for Back Pain?

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What Can I Take for Back Pain?

Back pain is no joke. Sometimes the pain can be so bad that you end up in urgent care. Which is why it is important to listen to your physical on what exercises you can do to help manage back pain. But there are also over the counter medications you can take to help temporality relieve your back pain when it you need it the most:


When Lidocaine is applied to the affected area, it causes temporary numbness to the area. Which helps to minimize pain and is often used for arthritis and other musculoskeletal conditions. LidoSpot® is a pain-relieving patch that provides the highest permissible amount of lidocaine (4%) without a prescription and 1% menthol. Giving you long-lasting pain relief for your back as well as other areas of your body if you need it. When applied to the affected area, LidoSpot® can provide temporary pain relief for up to 12 hours. The strong adhesive will make sure the patch will stay on, even when you are doing physical activities.


If you have minor backaches, menthol might be a good topical solution for you. Menthol is made from mint extracts and provides a soothing cooling sensation. Making it effective in relieving pain with mild to moderate muscle strains. ColdSpot™ is formulated with a high menthol concentration to treat aches, pains, and strains. It comes in a gel, spray, and roll-on depending how you want to apply it. There are small sizes for when you are on the go and bigger sizes for when you need more of it at your home or office.


Like menthol, capsaicin is another topical pain-relieving applicator. But unlike the cooling effect that comes from menthol, capsaicin delivers a hot sensation to the area that it is applied to. It is quite useful for those with chronic soft tissue pain and chronic back pain. It can also help with minor aches and pains associated with strains or bruises. HotSpot® is a lotion that contains all natural ingredients including capsaicin. It provides fast-acting temporary relief and offers a warm and soothing massage. It also has a nice cinnamon scent after use.

If you are looking for some temporary pain relief then you might want to check some of these pain relievers out. For just minor aches and strains, ColdSpot™ or HotSpot® are the way to go. If you want stronger temporary pain relief, then look to LidoSpot® as your answer. As always, you should consult your doctor first before trying any of these products.

To check out LidoSpot®, click here.

To check out Point Relief Coldspot™, click here.

To check out HotSpot®, click here.

Article written by William Graves.