Know here!! How Painkillers could raise heart attack risk. Most of the people used Painkiller in their daily life . Commonly used painkillers such as Motrin, Advil and Aleve might increase your risk for heart attack, even in the first week of use.
While using painkiller people do not know the side effects of the pills . To overcome the pain for some time they are increasing the risk to their heart .
These drugs are very harmful for their health. According to the sources mostly people have heart disease all because of excessive use of pain killer.
Still, “from the viewpoint of public health, even small increases in risk of heart attack are important because use of NSAIDs is so widespread,” said lead researcher Michele Bally. She’s an epidemiologist at the University of Montreal Hospital Research Center.
NSAIDs are widely used to treat pain and inflammation from long-term conditions, such as arthritis and other joint diseases. Many people also take them for short-term problems, such as menstrual cramps, fever from a cold or flu or the occasional backache or headache, Bally said.“This is an observational study based on drug prescribing or dispensing, and not all potentially influential factors could be taken into account,” Bally said.
“Although this means that conclusions cannot be made about cause and effect, this study was the largest investigation of its type, and it was based on real-life observations,” she said.
With that in mind, Bally and her team said prudent use of NSAIDS is called for.To lower your odds for heart harm, she suggested considering all available treatment alternatives before deciding to treat occasional pain, fever or inflammation.
Read the label of NSAID medications and use the lowest possible effective dose, added Bally, who was a doctoral student at McGill University in Montreal at the time of the study.
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