The #1 pain reliever purchased by arthritis households, Aleve® Pain Reliever Tablets, Arthritis Cap (320 ct.) is perfect for you if you suffer from minor arthritis and have difficulty opening standard medicine bottles. With the Aleve Easy, Open Arthritis Cap with Soft Grip™ the bottle is shaped to fit your hand and the Soft Grip cap gives you more gripping power so you can simply twist to open. No pushing down on the lid required.
What Is Aleve Pain Reliever?
Aleve Pain Reliever Tablets, Arthritis Cap is an over-the-counter (OTC) fever reducer and nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID) that can relieve small aches and pains caused by various conditions. The active ingredient in Aleve pain reliever is 220 mg of naproxen sodium.
What Conditions Can Aleve Pain Reliever Be Used For?
Aleve Pain Reliever Tablets, Arthritis Cap can be used as a temporary fever reducer, or to relieve aches and pains due to minor arthritis pain, headaches, muscle aches, toothaches, backaches, colds, and menstrual cramps.
What Makes Aleve Arthritis Medicine Better Than Other OTC Pain Relievers?
Since each Aleve Pain Reliever lasts 12 hours, Aleve requires fewer doses and pills throughout the day than other leading OTC pain relievers.
How Does Aleve Medicine Work in Your Body to Reduce Pain?
Aleve pain reliever suspends the body's production of natural chemicals called prostaglandins, which play a role in pain.
How Many Days Can You Take Aleve Pain Reliever Tablets Consecutively?
Unless directed by a doctor, don't take Aleve consecutively for more than three days for fever or 10 days for pain.
Is It OK to Drink Alcoholic Beverages While You're Taking Aleve?
Since Aleve contains an NSAID, it can cause severe stomach bleeding, so it is not recommended to drink alcoholic beverages while taking Aleve. If you have had three or more alcoholic beverages while taking Aleve the chances of a stomach bleed become greater.
What's the Difference between Aleve Tablets and Caplets?
To provide people with their preferred pill shapes, Aleve is available in tablet and caplet form. There is no difference in dosage, only shape.