Daily Paracetamol Intake Could Raise The Risk of Heart Attacks, Stroke And Early Death, Study Reveals

A recent review of previous observational studies found that long-term use of paracetamol was linked with a small increased risk of adverse events such as heart attacks, gastrointestinal bleeds (bleeding inside the digestive system) and impaired kidney function.

The study was carried out by researchers from various institutions in the United Kingdom, and review was undertaken by the National Clinical Guidelines Centre, UK. The study was published in the peer-reviewed Annals of the Rheumatic Diseases, a British Medical Journal.

Paracetamol is a medicine used for the treatment for mild to moderate pain and fever in adults and children. The maximum dose within a 24-hour period must never be exceeded. Even taking one or two more tablets than recommended can cause serious liver damage and possibly death. Yes! Paracetamol overdose is one of the leading causes of liver failure.

It is important to be aware that, as these are observational studies, there is the potential for various sources of bias, errors and inaccuracies.

However, the findings that paracetamol could potentially have adverse longer-term effects, particularly when used at higher doses, is important, and should be given serious consideration when using this product, especially as the drug is used by millions of people around the world.

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