The harmful effect of “Aspirin” on the body
“Aspirin” (acetylsalicylic acid) is produced in different kinds, in Russia it is most common in the form of tablets. In medicine, the remedy has been used since the late 19th century. The popularity of this drug is due to the fact that it was considered effective in certain situations and at the same time absolutely safe for the human body. In particular, acetylsalicylic acid has analgesic, antipyretic, anti-inflammatory and anti-agrogantic effects. It was subsequently revealed that the medication was deadly for children under 12 years of age, had harmful effects on older children as well as adults.
In the US, a group of researchers published a report, it claims that as a result of uncontrolled intake of “Aspirin” in this country more than 16 thousand people die annually. In Russia, employees of the State Center for the Study of Adverse Effects of Medicines recorded cases of severe complications after taking this drug. In the human body, the breakdown of aspirin produces salicylic acid, it enters the blood for a long time and is able to cause intoxication. A large number of people have been shown to have hypersensitivity to “Aspirin”. Even small doses of this remedy cause negative symptoms: headache, drowsiness, ringing in the ears, inhibition and others.
In large doses “Aspirin” can disrupt the functions of internal organs, cause severe intoxication, provoke internal bleeding, dangerous for life.
Do you take “Aspirin”?
Medics around the world prescribe acetylsalicylic acid only for existing heart disease, there is no question of the use of this drug as a preventive agent. Recent studies have proven that the risk of developing internal bleeding due to misuse of “Aspirin” is significantly greater than the risk of heart attack or bowel cancer, from which should be protected by a drug taken as a prevention.$
“ Aspirin” is strongly contraindicated to patients with hemophilia, women suffering from menstrual cycle disorders with great blood loss.
following recommendations are considered an official position to date. In small doses, “Aspirin” can be taken if a sufferer has previously suffered a heart attack, they have angina, increased pressure, and if the patient is at risk of bowel cancer. Only in extreme cases it is possible to drink “Aspirin” to people with gastritis, GI ulcer, allergies, asthma, elevated blood pressure, chronic diseases of internal organs (liver, kidneys).