Can prescription drugs help?
Yes, really as the prescribed drugs has been prescribed by the physician after checking our body condition, really the prescribed drugs will be very helpful in curing our illness.
Prescription drugs require a prescription from a doctor to get. Non-prescription drugs can be bought by anyone. Certain eye medicine and deodorant can be considered prescription drugs that have to be ordered. Other types of drugs, like advil and other pain killers can be bough as non-prescription drugs.
Prescription drugs means that the doctor has to prescribe the medicine in order for you to get it. You can't get it "over the counter," like you would Tylenol or Ibuprofen. There are literally thousands of prescription drugs, but a few types of drugs include antibiotics, narcotics, amphetamines, and barbiturates.
Anti-itch drugs, also called antipruritic drugs, are available both over-the-counter and with a physician's prescription. Your pharmacist can help you find any available and appropriate over the counter medicines for your symptoms. They come in topical, tablet, and injected forms (prescription only). Cortisone, Benadryl and other over the counter medicines for itch can be used successfully. Some commonly used prescription brands of the antihistamine drug hydroxyzine are Atarax and Vistaril. Prescription strength cortisone topical creams…
Advantages: Prescription drugs are a great way of relieving pain or curing you of sickness that you have. Disadvantages: Using drugs can also be bad. If you use too much prescription drugs, there are a lot of side effects that you can get that may be worse than the original illness. Also, if you depend too much on prescription drugs, you may become addicted to them, as well as making your immune system more prone…
In may countries it is possible to purchase some drugs (e.g. aspirin) over the counter at a chemists shop. The rest of the drugs that you may need to make you better will only be provided by the chemist on production of a prescription for them signed by a qualified Medical Doctor. These drugs are therfore referred to as 'prescription drugs' (e.g. antibiotics).
It depends specifically on your case and also on the type of prescription drug. Some drugs are to be taken for only up to a week like general antibiotics as they are generally able to do their job in that time. Others can be life long prescriptions as some things can never be cured as such, but the drugs can help reduce the symptoms (as long as the body doesn't get resistant to the drug).