Heart attack risk in the morning may be lowered by taking an aspirin at night
(dailyRx News) Most heart attacks happen in the morning. For some, a daily low-dose of aspirin may lower this risk. While many take aspirin in the morning, it may be more effective if taken at bedtime.
The American Heart Association recommends that people at high risk of heart attack and heart attack survivors regularly take low-dose aspirin (if told to do so by their healthcare provider). Aspirin thins the blood and helps prevent clotting.
New research suggests that the best time to take aspirin for heart therapy may be right before going to sleep at night.
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