Dr. Alexander Myasnikov advises against taking the painkiller paracetamol in the treatment of alcohol poisoning, because it may lead to an unexpected serious effect.
Myasnikov points out that many people deal with the effects of alcohol in different ways, and some even try to alleviate their condition by using paracetamol tablets. But why shouldn’t that be done?
According to him, people in the pharmaceutical era resort to medications for headaches caused by excessive alcohol consumption (alcoholism). But they may not be aware of some of the properties of the famous pain reliever – Paracetamol.
He says: “Yes, paracetamol is a safe medicine, but if a healthy person takes it in a dose of three grams, it can lead to severe, toxic liver damage. Because paracetamol is very dangerous to the liver.”
He adds: “Combining paracetamol with frequent large doses of alcohol sufficient to cause a hangover can lead to this unwanted side effect of paracetamol.”
An oncologist reveals a common nutritional mistake that stimulates the development of cancer
Dr. Ivan Karasyov, a specialist in medical and surgical oncology, revealed a common eating habit that increases the risk of cancer.
A study reveals a surprising factor that may increase the risk of colorectal cancer
According to him, uncontrolled consumption of fatty meats and canned foods is the cause of most cases of colon and rectal tumors. So changing this habit will help improve the situation.
He says: “We receive these patients with tears in our eyes. Because, for example, 95 percent of colon cancer cases can be prevented. Because the digestion process of red meat is not always complete. That is, fermentable substances remain. These substances support chronic inflammation in the intestine. Therefore, he advises “Do not eat meat more than once a week, and it is better to replace it with fish.”
The doctor points out that another mistake patients make in detecting cancer is unconditional focus on tumor markers. Because there are no tests in the pre-clinical stage that give clear results, despite the recent emergence of a positive trend in medicine that helps detect tumors in the digestive system early.