Actually no. According to a large analysis of existing studies on this topic, evidence that opioids (f.e. hydrocodone, oxycodone, oxymorphone, morphine, codeine, fentanyl) provide pain relief for migraine headaches, is low or insufficient. The researchers analyzed 15 systematic reviews and 115 randomized clinical trials of 28.803 patients and came to conclusion that many patients respond […]
What do you do if you are in pain? Of course, you try to mitigate it in the fastest way, which is often a drug. Most of the commonly prescribed drugs to relieve pain are opioids. They are highly effective but also are highly addictive with negative influence on your brain health.