Taking some medications is dangerous and can lead both to the development of serious pathological processes due to a complex chemical reaction, and to death if abused. Especially carefully you need to take "Aspirin" together with alcohol, since this combination is dangerous to human health and life.
Action of "Aspirin"
Aspirin (acetylsalicylic acid) is a popular drug that has analgesic, anti-inflammatory and antipyretic effects. Especially often the drug is used as an anticoagulant to thin the blood. Some people relieve headaches that have arisen as a result of alcohol poisoning, "Aspirin". Also, acetylsalicylic acid is able to slow down intoxication and thus allow you to stay sober longer at the time of a stormy feast.
The harm of a mixture of alcohol with "Aspirin"
Taking acetylsalicylic acid with alcohol causes an unhealthy chemical reaction that can actually destroy some organs. Taking "Aspirin" together with any alcoholic beverage can cause ulcers and intragastric bleeding. If the dosage is exceeded, a person has a heart attack or stroke. The occurrence of such phenomena is especially likely in people with a weak cardiovascular system.
In some cases, the use of the medicine with an alcoholic beverage increases the likelihood of death.
As for the use of "Aspirin" as a means of fighting a hangover, here its positive effect and effectiveness is higher. With a hangover, the headache is caused by the formation of small blood clots in the brain, i.e. blood clots caused by the action of ethyl alcohol and other poisons on the blood. Aspirin helps to thin the blood and relieve headaches due to its analgesic effect, which is especially important the day after a party.
Reception of "Aspirin" is safe within 10-12 hours after drinking the last portion of alcohol. If you take the drug earlier, the risk of the drug reacting with alcohol increases, which can also lead to undesirable consequences.
"Aspirin" should be used no more than one tablet per day in the fight against headache resulting from excessive alcohol intake. The drug normalizes blood circulation, but you should not use it before taking alcohol or immediately after the end of a noisy party.
Best of all, fast-dissolving aspirin helps with a hangover, which is less irritating to the mucous membranes of the esophagus and begins to act much faster.
A contraindication for the use of "Aspirin" is the presence of a stomach ulcer, since the drug has a negative effect on the mucous membrane and increases the risk of internal bleeding.