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How it works 

Why Aspirin is effective as pain relievers, anti-inflammatory and fever-fighting drugs in the world?
How does Aspirin prevent Attacks at confirmed high risk patients ? Let’s understand what happens inside your body to learn how Aspirin works.

    A Body Of Cells

    A Body Of Cells

    In fact your whole body – are formed by cells [54]

    The Cells Reaction

    The Cells Reaction

    Cells provide structure for the body, take in nutrients from food, convert those nutrients into energy, and carry out specialized functions.

    Prostaglandins

    Prostaglandins

    These Specialized functions may end with the generation of prostaglandins, substances that cause pain, fever, and inflammation [55]

    Aspirin’s Role

    Aspirin’s Role

    Aspirin prevents the generation of prostaglandins by inhibiting the enzyme which produces them (cyclooxygenase), thus relieving pain, fever and inflammation.

    Your Heart

    Your Heart

    The heart is a muscular organ about the size of a closed fist which pumps blood throughout the body through blood vessels of the circulatory system. A healthy heart is the foundation of wellness

    Your Heart

    Platelets and Blood Clot Formation

    Platelets are your blood's clotting cells that clump together and help to form blood clots. During a heart attack or ischemic stroke, blood clots form in an artery and block the flow of oxygen-rich blood to the heart muscle. [57]

    Aspirin’s Role during a Heart Attack or Ischemic Stroke

    Aspirin’s Role during a Heart Attack or Ischemic Stroke

    Aspirin slows the blood clotting action by reducing the clumping of platelets, thus helping to prevent or reduce blood clots. [44]
    When taken during a heart attack, Aspirin decreases the formation of blood clots thus keeping the blood flowing freely. [44]