Aspirin is a common antipyretic analgesic anti -cold drug. It has good heat -relieving analgesic effects and can be used to treat colds, fever, headache, toothache, joint pain, rheumatoid diseases, etc. Small doses of aspirin can also inhibit platelet aggregation, which are often used to prevent and treat myocardial ischemia, angina pectoris, and cerebral infarction. In order to prevent various ischemic cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases, many middle -aged and elderly people need to take aspirin for a long time. So, what are the functions of the elderly taking aspirin?
The five role of the elderly taking aspirin:
1. Prevent cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases
It is certain that the prevention effect of small -dose enteric -soluble Aspirin on myocardial infarction and cerebral thrombosis is certain. According to a large number of epidemiological survey data, compared with the control group for a long time, the risk of the disease of cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases is reduced by more than 50%.
2. Prevention and treatment of stroke and dementia
For the elderly stroke and Alzheimer’s Alzheimer, its perception can recover 17%-20%per year, and it is not easy to relapse again. It also has a significant impact on the incidence, and according to the literature report, it can reduce by more than 30%.
3. Enhance the body’s immunity
Scientists point out that aspirin can promote the production of immune molecules-interferon and leukocyte-1. It can be inferred and proved by clinical practice that aspirin not only has an immune enhancement effect, but also has anti -cancer and AIDS effects.
4. Anti -aging effect
Aspirin can keep the corneal tissue elastic. This is because Aspirin can inhibit the generation of sugar in the corneal tissue, so it can delay the aging process of corneal. Clinical research reports show that the application of aspirin can reduce the incidence of cataract by more than 50%.
5. Prevention and treatment of diabetes
According to the literature report, taking aspirin daily can reduce the occurrence of complications of diabetic microvascular complications. This is because aspirin has the effect of anti -platelet aggregation and anti -thrombosis. Aspirin can also stimulate the secretion of insulin, so there is a blood glucose effect.
In addition to the above effects, aspirin can also play side effects of prostaglandin and the role of antihypertensive tire preservation. It is worth noting that elderly people with gastric ulcer disease and gastric bleeding should be cautious under the guidance of a doctor.