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Single men: this bizarre trick gets girls to come over for “playtime”
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A new way to get rid of this dangerous condition — COPD
Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) is actually a group of diseases that cause breathing-related problems.
These include emphysema and chronic bronchitis.
More than 15 million Americans have been diagnosed with COPD.
Dr. Ari Magill, board-certified physician working with Ideal Male Labs, has said that he sees far too many men in his practice suffering from COPD…
There is probably a high number of undiagnosed sufferers as well.
There is no cure for COPD. But there are some treatments that can minimize the symptoms.
There are actually great options for many of these men — read this article to find out about these natural options.
Some people suffer from periods where their symptoms get worse. These periods are called acute exacerbations of COPD.
And outcomes are worse for people who suffer from acute exacerbations.
Researchers have found that aspirin can lower the risk of problems related to COPD.
It even reduces the risk of having acute exacerbations at all.
This human research was undertaken by researchers all across the United States. The results were published in the journal Chest – The Official Journal of the American College of Chest Physicians.
Population data shows that aspirin lowers the risk of death in people with COPD.
“Aspirin use in COPD has been associated with reduced all-cause mortality.”
But aspirin can protect against many of the most common deadly diseases.
So researchers wanted to find out if aspirin has any effect on COPD specifically.
“However, aspirin’s effect on COPD morbidity is unknown.”
Researchers analyzed data from almost 1,700 patients suffering from COPD.
“Among 1,698 participants, 45% reported daily aspirin use at baseline.”
They collected information on the progression of the disease and aspirin use.
“Self-reported daily aspirin use was obtained at baseline from SPIROMICS participants with COPD.”
(SPIROMICS = SubPopulations and InteRmediate Outcome Measures In COPD Study)
The researchers compared similar patients who either used or did not use aspirin.
By doing this they could calculate differences in risk related to aspirin use.
Aspirin users had a lower risk of acute exacerbations.
Taking aspirin reduced the risks of severe COPD attacks by more than 20%.
“Aspirin users had a lower incidence rate of total acute exacerbations of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease.”
These acute exacerbations are not only unpleasant, but they increase the risk of dangerous complications and death.
The participants completed a questionnaire that looked at their overall health and well-being in relation to COPD symptoms.
Patients taking aspirin had a better quality of life – defined by lower scores on the questionnaire.
“Aspirin use was associated with lower total St. George Respiratory Questionnaire score.”
Dyspnea is one of the most common troubling symptoms of COPD.
This is shortness of breath or a feeling that you cannot breathe well.
Aspirin users suffered from significantly less dyspnea.
Moderate to severe dyspnea was 30% less likely in those using aspirin daily.
“Aspirin use was associated with reduced odds of moderate to severe dyspnea.”
The participants also completed a questionnaire looking at all the symptoms of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease.
Aspirin users scored better on the COPD assessment test.
“Aspirin use was associated with improved COPD Assessment Test score.”
“Daily aspirin use is associated with reduced rate of COPD exacerbations, less dyspnea, and better quality of life.”
We can now attribute the improvement in outcomes for COPD patients taking aspirin to beneficial effects of aspirin on COPD symptoms.
The researchers recommend further study to understand all the variables.
“Randomized clinical trials of aspirin use in COPD are warranted to account for unmeasured and residual confounding.”
A few years ago, researchers conducted a trial using aerosolized aspirin for COPD.
And that trial had impressive results.
Now, this research shows that over-the-counter oral aspirin can also have benefits.
There are some risks to aspirin, however.
Aspirin can cause damage to the stomach lining in some people when taken in large doses.
It can also lead to bruising or bleeding. You should discuss aspirin use with your doctor.
In pain? Use this to get your life back
Most over-the-counter remedies for pain like aspirin and ibuprofen can be harsh on a man’s gut and liver…
And you have to take handfuls of them to get continual pain relief.
That’s why I developed the Fusion Formula for pain — so I can relieve my chronic headaches without taking pills.
The Fusion Formula is a simple combination of natural ingredients you can get at the store.
It works by neutralizing the pain receptors in a man’s body — the nerves that send the pain signals from body to brain.
And it’s safe for the liver and the gut, and it provides pain relief for days, not hours.
Best of all, it starts working in just 30 seconds.
- Aspirin Use and Respiratory Morbidity in COPD: A Propensity Score-Matched Analysis in Subpopulations and Intermediate Outcome Measures in COPD Study
- Aspirin: MedlinePlus Drug Information
- Daily aspirin therapy: Understand the benefits and risks - Mayo Clinic