Daily aspirin found to increase risk of heart attack by 190%
|Daily aspirin found to increase risk of heart attack by 190%||Darrell Miller||03/31/17|
March 31, 2017 04:44 AM
Author: Darrell Miller (email@example.com)
Subject: Daily aspirin found to increase risk of heart attack by 190%
Aspirin may or may not increase your heart attack risks. Studies widely vary and it seems are not conclusive. It is also unclear whether or not taking NSAID such as Ibuprphen(advil/motrin) may actually increase your risk of a heart attack. These NSAID may actually increase the amounts of water and salt in the bodies system which causes a rise in blood pressure and possibilities of the aforementioned heart conditions. Aspirin may be the best option but it still leaves a magnitude of possible side effects.
- You are 1.9 times more likely to develop heart attack if you take aspirin daily.
- The FDA cautioned patients who take blood thinners not to take daily aspirin.
- Daily aspirin can cause kidney disease, peptic ulcer's, and asthma.
"Taking aspirin regularly to keep heart disease at bay may do more harm than good, according to a recent study."