Nurofen (cold/flu) - Improving Hypothyroid Symptoms

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Every time I take nurofen cold and flu, it takes away my severe drowsiness, i can concentrate on my studies, feel happy and function normally. i have had blood tests in which my tsh is 5.8, but t3/4 are norm, my ferritin was low but improving. my legs are swollen with fluid from an injury, and cant smell anymore. most days im exhausted, drowsy, and non functional, unable to concentrate. ive been through trauma from stress n difficult situations. but why is it that when i take this nurofen i can study for hours, im happy and ive a consistent amount of energy? im in my 20s



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XXXX Says:

PLUS - i can also stay awake through out the day, it relieves my drowsiness and im like a normal person again

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Verwon Says:

Nurofen Cold and Flu contains Ibuprofen and Pseudoephedrine.

Learn more Ibuprofen details here.

Learn more Pseudoephedrine details here.

If you read that link on the Pseudoephedrine, it will explain the increased energy. It's actually one of the main ingredients used in making Methamphetamine.

However, there are some risks associated with taking it regularly and you also need to be careful that you don't take more than the recommended dosage.

How often do you take it?

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