Alternating Advil with aleve, (naproxen) is that okay?

not really. I never encourage the use of 2 different nsaids at the same time. There is absolutely no advantage to alternating these 2 drugs. Stick with one and you will get better results.

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Am I in danger if I took Aleve (naproxen) 2 hours after 200mg of advil?

No... If you have good kidney functions. Drink lots of water, be mindful of the meds you take so this doesn't happen again. Take care. Read more...

What is better as anti inflamatory, Advil or Aleve (naproxen) for runners? And how often can we use them without risking complications from overuse?

Similar. Both advil and Aleve (naproxen) are nsaids or non-steroidal anti-inflammatory medications. Taken as directed they can can be helpful in improving muscle and joint pain. Never take these medications (or any other medication ) in higher doses or more frequently than recommeded as this can lead to ulcers, kidney failure and other problems. Read more...
Also... Agree with dr. Vallury, but also consider that Aleve (naproxen) is longer acting than advil (~12 hours vs. 6-8). Doesn't necessarily work better but longer duration. Never take nsaids prior to long runs (>8 miles or so) because of the risk of low serum sodium and negative effects on your kidneys. Read more...