Inexpensive and always do the job. These are sharp and shape well. The added up side is you can find them almost anywhere... The grocery store, pharmacies, etc. These are my go-to nail clippers for price and efficiency.
Omeprazole is a proton pump inhibitor, which reduces the amount of acid produced in your stomach. If you have severe acid reflux, this is an incredible help. The down side? Omeprazole reduces the magnesium in your body, so you want to make sure you get Omeprazole Magnesium to combat that issue. Studies showed that people who take proton pump inhibitors long-term are at a higher risk for esophageal cancer, even moreso than for people who have acid reflux that is uncontrolled with medications. It is believed that added magnesium reduces that risk significantly. You should know all of your facts before taking this medication. If you can manage it, try taking it for only the recommended 2 weeks and change your diet to reduce acid reflux issues in the meantime so you can stop the Omeprazole after the 2 weeks dosage is completed.
These are the BOMB for dealing with intense menstrual cramps. It gets too hot for me if I attach it right to my skin. I wear a tank top and attach it at my lower back on my tank top & underwear, and can do my job, not attached to any cords, with a lot of relief from the heat it produces. It can be pricey to use it very often, so I usually just wear one on the most intense cramps days and I'm glad to have these available for my relief.
Tylenol takes the edge off of my headaches and I don't have stomach issues like I do with other pain relievers. Extra Strength Tylenol must be taken as prescribed/suggested because even one extra dose in 24 hours can put you at risk for serious health issues. So if you are cautious and stay aware of how much you're taking, Tylenol is a good choice. It's more gentle on the stomach than other pain relievers, which is important for those of us with sensitive stomachs. Depending on your needs, I would check with your doctor or pharmacist about which pain reliever is the best choice for what ails you.
This is a great anti-inflammatory, which I often need as a professional hair stylist who works on her feet all day. It can be very hard on your stomach, though. My doctor has me take it with food and an acid reducer for my stomach when I absolutely have to take an anti-inflammatory. If you have a sensitive stomach and/oracod reflux issues, you'd have to weigh the benefits with the risks and definitely take it with food.
I'm a hair stylist, so there are days when my body hurts pretty badly. Even when I'm not on my cycle, I will sometimes take this to get through the day and it really only takes one pill for more pep in my step, which I definitely appreciate. There is a significant amount of caffeine in midol, so be careful combining it with any other caffeine sources. Jitters may abound.
Expensive tax filing services, but they do it right. I'm pretty tax savvy myself, so I wouldn't spend the money, but if it's all Greek to you.. going into an H&R block and having someone to direct your questions to might be worth the extra expense.