Scientists are exploring the synergistic effect of caffeine on popular analgesic

Research group of the organization Parexel International conduct research action of paracetamol with caffeine. Paracetamol is a popular analgesic agent and is often used for pain relief. Scientists are interested in the fact potentiation of drugs, when applied together with caffeine. Efficiency was compared and ibuprofen. In addition, interested students a question about the effectiveness of such a ligament against a pressure headache, writes The Daily Mail.

The tests will take part 300. The first group of volunteers will receive 500 mg of paracetamol and 65 mg of caffeine (that's how much caffeine is contained in one serving of coffee). The other group will receive only paracetamol or ibuprofen.

Scientists rely on strengthening actions analgesics with caffeine. Studies conducted earlier, prove the effectiveness of such bundles of drugs for the treatment of headaches associated with low blood pressure.

It should be noted that the preparations on the basis of a mixture of paracetamol and caffeine have long been represented on the pharmaceutical market and are in demand.

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