Discussion in 'Health' started by drgumbybrain, Apr 28, 2018.
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Oh man, it was a long time ago. But I would like to bring this thread from the dead. To start I want to share some news about covid long term problems and aspirin.
a preliminary research hints that daily low-dose of aspirin might also cut your odds of contracting COVID-19.
As the Israeli research team noted, aspirin is an anti-inflammatory and previous studies have shown that it may help the body combat some virus. According to the researchers, aspirin was widely used during the 1918 Spanish flu pandemics, several decades before its activity against RNA viruses was confirmed.
All of this prompted the team to investigate whether taking daily low-dose aspirin might reduce COVID-19 susceptibility, as well as the length of illness if infection does occur.
The dose used in Israel was 75 milligrams (mg); low-dose aspirin in the United States is typically a bit higher, at 81 mg. This is very interesting, as aspirin is considered a "wonder drug" in some medical schools. more info In here. cheers.
Aspirin can increase gastric ulcers risk, if you have the tendency.
I miss this thread. Please post more. It is my wish that we in the USA can get more vaccines out to countries that desperately need it - given that most people who want the vaccine can easily get it now in the USA.
Also @drgumbybrain - please let us know how your own health and moving adventures are going. Hope you've been healing up well and that you made it to Kingston.
Taking and eating all the anti inflammatory stuff is probably good overall never mind c19.
I am on a full dose aspirin regimen for inflammation and mild pain due to arthritis. Works as well as stronger NSAIDs but some days when I eat a bunch of greens or fruit I feel even better. Add in the superfood ingredient sulforaphane, Vit D3 and stay away from overdoing it on the superbad foods and Bob's your uncle.
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