TAKING IBUPROFEN FOR JUST A WEEK INCREASES YOUR CHANCE OF GETTING A HEART ATTACK BY 50%
Everyone told us to take aspirin to relieve pain and other symptoms. But did you know that annually 40,000 people are dying of using pain medicines like aspirin? This is not something that a doctor will ever warn you about.
IBUPROFEN can cause a heart attack
A revolutionary study has shown that nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAID) such as aspirin and ibuprofen can cause a heart attack.
Fast definition: NSAIDs (for example, NSAIDs) are used to relieve pain, reduce inflammation, reduce inflamation and prevent blood clotting. Common NSAIDs are:
ibuprofen (Advil, Motrin)
naproxen (Aleve, Naprosyn)
COX-2 inhibitors (Celebrex)
The study examined 28,947 patients who had experienced out of hospital cardiac action in Denmark over the course of the decade.
Professor Gunnar H.Gislason one of the leading researchers, explained in an interview:
“The permission to buy these drugs without a prescription, without any advice or restrictions, send a message to the public that they must be safe.”
“Previous studies have shown that NSAIDs are associated with an increased cardiovascular risk that is troubling because they are widely used.”
Take a turmeric for pain and inflammation
Here’s good news: there’s a much safer and more effective way to relieve pain and inflammation. Turmeric is known as a natural pain killer for centuries and is effective without serious adverse effects. Turmeric contains polyphenol, which has been shown to have numerous health benefits!
In two recent studies, Turmeric proved more effective than ibuprofen for post-surgical pain and swelling and delayed muscle disease as it inhibits protein and enzymes in the body that promote inflammation.
The most side effects of NSAIDs are:
- Problems with balance
- Feeling bloated
- Stomach pain
- Mild headaches
- Difficulty concentrating
- Feeling lightheaded
If you have an existing medical condition, including diabetes, liver disease, kidney disease, asthma, stroke or heart attack, Crohn’s or you are pregnant, do not take medication without permission of your doctor.