Diarrhea

[Alert] Beware this DEADLY OTC Drug

Diarrhea will stop you dead in your tracks.

It doesn’t matter if you’re in the middle of a golf game… on vacation with your family… or at dinner with your oldest friends.

But no one likes having their plans ruined.

So, you might think, why not pop a quick over-the-counter Imodium so you can get back to business?!

Well, as it turns out, these pills could end up doing way more long-term damage than a day of discomfort.

In fact, new research shows that anti-diarrheal drugs put you at risk for several serious heart conditions – and even death.

It’s so serious the FDA even issued a warning!

For years, studies have linked long-term Imodium use to chronic stomach issues and lethargy. Not to mention constipation.

But recent analysis shows that this situation is far more dangerous than we’ve ever known.

As it turns out, this toxic drug takes a major toll on your heart.

Last month, a report published in the Annals of Emergency Medicine found that Imodium is actually linked to an increasing number of deaths.

Not only that, there are have been dozens of incidents of serious cardiac issues caused by anti-diarrheal drugs.

And this is just the tip of the iceberg – medical experts suspect that there are hundreds more cases that simply haven’t been reported.

So why are people overdosing on (and dying from) Imodium?

It’s simple. Taking more Imodium than recommended can produce a reaction similar to that of opioids like OxyContin. And when you’re in pain, this feeling can easily be mistaken for comfort or a reduction in symptoms.

But this relief is short lived. Soon enough, an excessive dose of Imodium can result in irregular heartbeats and other cardiac issues which can cause a heart attack or even death.

Of course, the FDA has done little warn us about the risks associated with Imodium and other anti-diarrheal drugs.

Rather, they’ve issued a statement suggesting that drug makers lower package quantities.

Can you imagine anything more ridiculous?

The maximum approved adult dose is Imodium is 8 mg per day for over-the-counter use and 16 mg per day for prescription loperamide.

But if you’re suffering from diarrhea, its best skip the Imodium all together.

Instead, opt for a natural route – make sure to stay hydrated; stick to the BRAT diet of bananas, rice, applesauce, and toast; and take probiotics to rebalance your gut bacteria.

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