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[Alert] Another DEADLY Risk of Daily Aspirin Discovered!

For years, the mainstream has been telling us that taking an aspirin a day is a surefire way to prevent heart health issues.  

They promise that it’s safe… that it’s effective… and that it can help you live longer. 

But that’s all total B.S. 

In fact, research shows that taking daily aspirin is does more damage than good.  

Still, millions of folks are popping these tiny white pills every day. 

If you’re one of them, this study will surely have you changing your ways. 

New research has linked low-dose daily aspirin to a truly DEADLY risk… especially for seniors. 

A new systematic review, published in JAMA Neurology, reveals that low-dose daily aspirin increases your risk of intracranial hemorrhage (ICH) – aka bleeding your brain. 

This review and analysis of 13 randomized clinical trials, encompassed over 134,000 patients between the ages of 42 and 74 who had not suffered a cardiac episode. 

Across the board, the results were clear… 

It was found that the risk of ICH was nearly 40 percent higher in people taking aspirin than those taking a placebo or no treatment at all. 

And all it takes is 6 months, on average, to experience this increased risk.  

But this isn’t the only major internal bleeding risk associated with the use of aspirin. 

ICH is just the most deadly. 

And, of course… the risk of brain bleeding only increases as you get older.  

Throughout the studies analyzed, seniors and overweight participants experienced a higher rate of hemorrhage 

So, if you or a loved one is taking daily low-dose aspirin for your heart health, talk to your doctor about better, safer alternatives. 

Because that daily aspirin is anything but risk-free – in fact, it could prove DEADLY. 

Instead, try the antioxidant  CoQ10 and a  willow bark supplement.  

CoQ10 has been proven to help heart muscle cells generate more energy and use oxygen more efficiently.