Doctors Tell People Over 40 To Stop Taking Ibuprofen! Here’s Why!

Most people today suffer from headaches, back pain or similar symptoms which they try to treat with Ibuprofen. This is especially common in the USA, where people want the pain to go away quickly, without thinking of the consequences.

The reality is that Ibuprofen can cause some unwanted side-effects. One of these side-effects is heart damage.

There was a warning issued by the FDA 8 years ago, this was because of the possibility that heart attacks and strokes can be caused by this drug. A year ago, they went one step ahead and issued a stronger warning.

They claimed that:

– The risk of heart attack and stroke is increased a lot, even if Ibuprofen is not taken long term.
– With further usage, you increase the risk even more.
– If you already have a heart condition, the risks are even greater. However, even if you don’t have one, you’re still under danger.

People over 40 are more prone to have these side-effects. They can also develop some dangerous heart conditions.
People use it mostly because they aren’t aware how harmful it can be.

We try to inform everyone how these drugs are actually dangerous for your health. People usually associate drugs which aren’t bought with a doctor’s prescription to be completely harmless. And, since it relieves the pain, it can be quite addicting.

Just telling you not to take Ibuprofen is easy, however not everyone can cope with constant pain. Therefore, we offer an alternative that is better when it comes to your health. It’s turmeric, which is a drug that can block inflammatory enzymes and cytoklines. Many conditions can be treated very well with turmeric, including rheumatoid arthritis. The difference is that Ibuprofen just lowers the inflammations and it doesn’t eliminate it.

Watch the video below for more pain-relieving tips, and make sure you warn your friends and family about the dangers of Ibuprofen!

Source: David Wolfe

Other included sources linked in David Wolfe’s article:

Dr. Mercola

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