Be aware! Pain Killers Affect Our Hearing Ability !!

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Any pain killers can affect our hearing ability!!

Be Aware! Pain Killers Affect Our Hearing Ability!

It is better that we do not consume pain killers as a matter of course and take the help of any medicine to relieve our pains only after consulting our family physician or a qualified doctor. Self medication is a not an advisable thing.
Pain killer tablets if taken continuously at the rate of 2 per week for a longer period of time is said to affect our hearing ability.
In medical shops many pain killers are sold across the counter without the prescription of a qualified doctor. People get habituated to buy and consume these medicines. These medicines are not steroids. Since these medicines are cheaply available people start using it regularly.
It has been proved that regular use of Aspirin avoids heart ailments. Since Aspirin reduces the density of blood and avoids blocks, middle aged people swallow Aspirin to avoid heart ailments.
On a research carried out on people who regularly consume Aspirin, Paracetamal and Ibuprofen over a period of time, it was found that those below the age of 60 lost their hearing ability and one out of three people’s hearing got impaired.
It was found that Paracetamal affects our hearing ability more badly than Aspirin and the harm caused by Ibuprofen was even more in the sense that nearly 61% of the people up to 50 years old (32% of those above 50 and 16% of those above 60) have lost their normal hearing ability.
It was also found that many people in London are deaf and many have crossed 60 years. Hearing Aid usage is rampant and many are still in need of hearing aid.


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author avatar johnnydod
1st Jun 2010 (#)

Wonderful information

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3rd Jun 2010 (#)

Thank U Johnnydod.
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