"Aspirin" refers to the most popular drugs. According to some estimates, around the world each year is realized up to 50 million. Packages of the drug.
Currently, some researchers have come to the sad conclusion - "Aspirin", the use of which has not been questioned, could have a harmful effect on the human body.
The harmful effects of "aspirin" in the body
"Aspirin" (acetylsalicylic acid)produced in various forms, in Russian it is most common to form tablets. In the medical means used since the late 19th century. The popularity of this product is due to the fact that he was considered to be effective in certain situations, and it is absolutely safe for the human body. In particular, acetylsalicylic acid has analgesic, antipyretic, anti-inflammatory and antiplatelet effects. It was later revealed that this drug is lethal for children under 12 years old, has a harmful effect on older children and adults.
In the US, a group of researchers published a report,It argues that as a result of uncontrolled admission of "aspirin" in this country die each year more than 16 thousand. man. In Russia, employees of the National Centre for the study of side effects of drugs cases of severe complications after taking the drug were recorded. The human body as a result of aspirin decay formed salicylic acid, it enters the blood for a long time and can cause intoxication. A lot of people found hypersensitivity to the "aspirin". Even small doses of this agent cause negative symptoms: headache, drowsiness, ringing in the ears, confusion, and others.
In high doses, "Aspirin" can disrupt the function of internal organs, cause severe intoxication, trigger internal bleeding, life-threatening.
Whether to accept "Aspirin"?
Physicians worldwide prescribe acetylsalicylicacid only when the current heart disease, is no longer is no question of the use of this drug as a preventive measure. A recent study has shown that the risk of internal bleeding due to improper use of "aspirin" significantly greater risk of heart attack or the appearance of colon cancer, which is to protect the drug, taken as a preventive measure.
"Aspirin" is strictly contraindicated in patients with hemophilia, women suffering from menstrual irregularities with a large loss of blood.
The official position todayconsidered the following recommendations. In small doses, "Aspirin" can be taken if the patient previously suffered a heart attack, he had angina, high blood pressure, and if the patient is at risk of occurrence of bowel cancer. Only in extreme cases you can drink "Aspirin" for people with gastritis, peptic ulcer gastrointestinal tract, allergies, asthma, high blood pressure, chronic diseases of internal organs (liver, kidneys).