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Coronavirus vaccine: Is it safe to take a painkiller after your vaccine shot? | Eagles Vine

Even so, if your symptoms and pain are getting the worse of you, a good idea would be to manage your condition in natural, medicine-free ways.

Remember, since most side-effects are mild or moderate in nature, they can be treated using natural, holistic techniques.

If you present a fever, consider applying cool wet towels to bring down the temperature. Concoctions like giloy juice, known to be a natural fever reliever may also be tried.

For shooting muscle pain, aches and fatigue, getting ample rest might be the best solution to your woes. Apart from that, make sure you drink plenty of fluids, eat well, alleviate stress levels.

Exercising or moving your arms, or cooling down the swelling site can also treat symptoms.

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