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Aleve's History

Introduced as the over-the-counter, fast-acting form of Naprosyn, the prescription drug, Aleve made its debut in June of 1994. Because of its nature, Aleve should not be taken along with other aspirin containing products unless otherwise directed by a doctor. Also, MAO inhibitors should be avoided if taking any form of Aleve.

Side effects (heart of circulation problems) that are considered life-threatening could occur. Aleve is considered an NSAID (Non-Steroidal Anti-Inflammatory Drug). Some consumers have been known to have allergic reactions (facial swelling, shock, hives, asthma) to Aleve.

Also, Aleve has been linked with some disturbing side effects (heartburn, stomach pain, difficulty swallowing) and should not be taken over a long period of time. It is not recommended that you give Aleve to anyone under 12 years of age. Finally, you should not take more than one Aleve in a 12 hour period.

Aleve's Side Effects

Aleve is distributed by Bayer Healthcare and can be found in most grocery chains and pharmacy chains. In fact, quite a few grocery chains now have pharmacies within the store. Many conditions are treated using Aleve. Some examples are gout, arthritis, and menstrual cramps. Many consumers find ibuprofen equally as effective for menstrual cramps as Aleve. However, it is widely reported that Aleve is the most effective for relieving back pain and aching muscles.

There are other types of Aleve that are formulated for relieving different symptoms. Aleve Cold and Sinus is just one example. In this type of Aleve, pseudo-ephedrine and and naproxen is combined to treat cough, sinus congestion and pain and fever caused by the flu, allergies or the common cold. Naproxen reduces the hormones in your body that are responsible for causing pain and inflammation.


The decongestant, pseudo-ephedrine shrinks blood vessels that are dilated in the nasal passages and cause congestion. Aleve Cold and Sinus should never be given to a child without consulting a doctor first. Finally, taking other over the counter cold remedies while taking Aleve Cold and Sinus could cause and accidental overdose since many cold medicines contain the same ingredients.

Aleve Pricing

The biggest issue that is voiced by many consumers is the price of Aleve but there are remedies for that concern. You can find all kinds of printable coupons on-line and in print to cut out to help you reduce the price of Aleve.

The first option for locating Aleve coupons is going straight to the website: www.aleve.com Another option is going to your search engine of choice and typing in Aleve coupons. The results will be surprising, plentiful and will yield promo and coupon codes. Why not try Facebook and Twitter? They can be an excellent source for Aleve coupons.

Finding Coupons

You can even try filling out on-line surveys. You might even get free stuff this way. An excellent source for Aleve coupons might be the websites of the national drug and grocery store chains. Picking up a Sunday paper is a great way to find Aleve coupons to clip. Also, taking a trip to your local newsstand would be worth it. There you can pick up newspapers from different cities and continue your quest for Aleve coupons.

Aleve is an excellent product and locating, printing and/or clipping coupons will greatly reduce your cost. There are few over the counter products more effective at eliminating pain so it is well worth the effort to find the Aleve coupons and keep this excellent analgesic on hand in the medicine cabinet. Aleve can do the job even when nothing else will work.

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