Are you taking these over-the-counter? Don’t, just don’t

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Are you taking these over-the-counter? Don’t, just don’t…

What if a bad chemical is lurking in almost all over-the-counter remedies?

And almost all supplements?

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Today’s newsletter is frightening — but you will find an easy fix once you read it. So let’s begin…

The hidden dangers of OTC treatments

In my opinion, one of the areas where we put WAY too much trust in the system is in OTC (over-the-counter) meds.

These are the types of meds that anyone can walk into any drug store or grocery store in the U.S. and buy.

They are typically used to treat things like colds, diarrhea, pain, and allergies.

Most people think they are 100% safe, because you don’t need a doctor or pharmacist’s say-so to get them.

But that notion of their safety isn’t true at all.

If you take the time to read the OTC labels, then you will see that these treatments often come with side effects and significant warnings.

“By definition, OTC drugs are available to consumers without a requirement for consulting with a healthcare professional. As a result, an OTC drug’s label must on its own be able to effectively communicate to an average consumer the information required for safe and appropriate usage.”

But… studies show that LESS THAN HALF of consumers read these OTC labels.

That means a lot of people are trusting these treatments without getting the full picture of what they do and even how much they should take.

“Unfortunately, multiple studies suggest that less than half of consumers read the entire package labeling before taking OTC medicine. For example, only 48% of subjects stated that they always read the usage instructions for OTC pain relievers before use. Similarly, another study found that only 42% of subjects said they read everything on the label when taking an OTC medication for the first time and only 26% report reading the active ingredients at first use.” 

“Eye-tracking studies also suggest consumers spend less time viewing warnings compared to other aspects of package labeling (e.g. the brand name). Indeed, brand names may bias some consumers against comprehensive review of the DFL (Drug Facts Label).”

This is a big challenge because even “common” OTC treatments like ibuprofen and acetaminophen can have serious side effects.

  • Ibuprofen increases your chance of getting a heart attack…a LOT.
  • “Tylenol” (acetaminophen) increases your chances of liver damage and can be VERY toxic.
  • Some antihistamines have dangerous atomic groups that look suspicious…and that drastically raise the chances of getting early dementia.
  • Heartburn remedies you buy can often suck calcium from your bones, causing a fall to result in a fracture.

It’s a dangerous world in the over-the-counter section if you don’t know what you are doing or taking.

For example, I have a friend whose mom has lung issues that always gets worse when she takes too many NSAIDs (the class of treatments that Advil is in).

She has to be very careful with pain relievers in this class – even though she has rheumatoid arthritis – because of what they do to her lungs.

And that’s just a single class of treatments.

Almost all OTC treatments have significant warnings.

And, although these reactions are usually fairly rare, they can and do happen – especially if the dosage is wrong.

It’s up to you as the consumer to read and understand your risks.

The pharmaceutical companies are only required to print the warning labels – it’s up to you to read them.

Remember, many of the same companies that bring you Big Pharma prescription treatments bring you OTC treatments too (a lot of which were RX at one time).

So their motivation is more about making money than it is about making you feel better.

OTC treatments can be quite useful in many situations.

I’ve been known to take a pain reliever on occasion…

But it is VERY important that you know and understand the effects of the treatments you put in your body…

Don’t just assume just because something is OTC that it is safe for you. That may not be the case.

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Matt Cook is editor-in-chief of Daily Medical Discoveries. Matt has been a full time health researcher for 26 years. ABC News interviewed Matt on sexual health issues not long ago. Matt is widely quoted on over 1,000,000 websites. He has over 300,000 daily newsletter readers. Daily Medical Discoveries finds hidden, buried or ignored medical studies through the lens of 100 years of proven science. Matt heads up the editorial team of scientists and health researchers. Each discovery is based upon primary studies from peer reviewed science sources following the Daily Medical Discoveries 7 Step Process to ensure accuracy.

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