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Aspirin for prostate cancer

Did you know that aspirin can help prevent prostate cancer? This has been shown by a recent scientific study. Find out more about it.

Who has not ever taken an aspirin when they had a simple headache? Or when your tooth hurt after going to the dentist? The truth is that it is one of the most consumed drugs in the world because it can be taken without a prescription and its effects are usually quite immediate. Although as with any drug, we should not abuse its consumption.

Delving a little into the history of acetylsalicylic acid, it is worth mentioning that this drug was invented by Felix Hoffman in 1897, a Swiss pharmacist who began to deal with chemistry and its effects from a very young age. When he finished his graduation in this field, he began to develop the recipe for aspirin with different drugs with which he achieved a mixture of the purest and most effective.

In fact, due to its analgesic and anti-inflammatory effects, the Bayer Company bought the rights to this medicine to start marketing it as soon as possible. As early as 1928, aspirin as we know it today began to be consumed around the world.

Advantages of taking aspirin

Once this is known, we are going to continue investigating all the advantages offered by this drug, which is undoubtedly one of the most iconic in the world of medicine, in part thanks to the number of applications it has. In this way, we will surely clarify all the myths and lies that surround this medicine:

Reduces the occurrence of heart failure

It has been scientifically proven that a moderate consumption of aspirin can reduce the risk of suffering a heart attack or myocardial infarction. The reason? Well, because thanks to this medication, platelets or red blood cells are prevented from accumulating in all our vessels and arteries, which can later lead to blockages or clots.

In this sense, the consumption of an aspirin every 24 hours is recommended to at least try to reduce the risk of suffering from this pathology that is becoming more common in our society.

Can prevent cancer

The consumption of aspirin is also related to the prevention of some cancers, among which colon and prostate cancers stand out. At the end of this article we will talk more extensively about this disease so that everything is more than clear.

In a recent study all those who took this drug with some regularity were monitored and the conclusion was reached that it considerably reduced the appearance of this imbalance that directly affects cell growth.

Beware of pregnant women

However, the consumption of aspirin can also have a number of contraindications, especially for pregnant women. And it is that by promoting blood flow throughout the body, this can sometimes cause bleeding that can have negative consequences on the health of the fetus.

In short, being a drug made from chemical compounds, at Natural we recommend that you contact your GP in case you have any when consuming it to treat any pain or condition.

Why does aspirin prevent prostate cancer?

As we have explained in the second point, aspirin is also a powerful ally to prevent cancer. And for this reason, below we will explain why its consumption is recommended for all those men who suffer from prostate cancer.

In this sense, it should be noted that acetylsalicylic acid blocks the “COX II” protein, which is responsible for producing cancer cells in this part of the body. Hence, its consumption is recommended to all those males who suffer from this disease.

In one way or another, at Natural we recommend that all men over 50 have a medical check-up every two years at their trusted urologist so that their symptoms can be detected as soon as possible and act accordingly.

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