A discussion on the danger of misinterpretation

Any statement can be ripped from its context and made to mean something different than what was intended. This is the danger of direct quotations. We need the context in order to interpret the statement correctly. The use of context is especially important when we are interpreting the Bible.

A discussion on the danger of misinterpretation

August 28 by Ray Sahelian, M. Although in short term studies patients taking statin drugs show a lower incidence of heart disease and stroke, many patients feel years older while taking these drugs since the side effects mimic the aging process. Some of these adverse reactions include muscle pain, joint pain, cataracts, liver dysfunction, fatigue and memory loss.

Taking statins can lead to weight gain, raised blood sugar levels, and it can increase the chances of getting type 2 diabetes. Some users report low mood or depression. Nerve damage or neuropathy may occur. Statin use is associated with increased incidence of acute and chronic kidney disease.

Long-term effects of statins in real-life patients may differ from shorter term effects found in selected clinical trial populations. Are the benefits overhyped while side effects underreported?

Statins, a commonly prescribed class of lipid-lowering drugs that include Lipitor, Zocor and Crestor, are among the most widely prescribed drugs in the United States. Many doctors and their patients do not realize the potential serious side effects and dangers.

Doctors are prescribing these drugs too casually. See my discussions in the March and November newsletters. There are many natural ways to lower cholesterol levels that are much safer.

Drug companies keep pounding the consumer and physicians with promotional material that cholesterol must be lowered with statin drugs. See cholesterol for a thorough discussion regarding alternatives to these medications.

A discussion on the danger of misinterpretation

Although it is clear that prescription medications such as Lipitor and Zocor do lower cholesterol levels, it is not clear whether they improve overall longevity. Are there safer alternatives?

Is fish oil just as good for heart health as these drugs? Many doctors focus on cholesterol levels as if this is the most important factor in cardiovascular health not realizing that there are many other important factors that influence heart disease.

Statin side effect, safety, danger, risk, caution Side effects of statins include damage to muscle tissue leading to body aches, harm to kidneys, elevated liver function tests, elevated blood sugar, depletion of CoQ10, and slight damage to brain cells leading to mild impairment of mental function.

Those taking statins may consider also supplementing with 30 or 50 mg of CoQ10 two or three days a week. Quercetin has been advocated by some doctors.

A discussion on the danger of misinterpretation

See additional nerve and muscle statin drug use concerns on this neuromuscular page. Another way to minimize adverse effects is to take the pills every other day rather than daily. The most common statin side effects are fatigue, muscle pain or damage, and liver damage. Muscle symptoms are a very common adverse events.

Myopathy, involving actual damage to muscle tissue, can be very serious. For this reason, if you develop a statin side effect as new muscle pain, weakness, or tenderness you should inform your doctor immediately. Certain other classes of drugs in combination with statins can also increase the risk of problems.

People on these drugs have a tougher time when it comes to working out or engaging in strenuous physical activity. Neuropathy may be another concern.

Neuropathy is well recognized and reported more and more often. Statins can also trigger underlying neuromuscular conditions. With time, we are likely to find other statin side effects, and this should make doctors cautious in being overly zealous in prescribing statin drugs to patients who may not really need them.

Muscle pain as a statin side effect is much more common than most doctors realize. Use is not associated with a reduced risk of colorectal cancer. Statin drug use may be associated with an increased risk for prostate cancer, particularly in those who are obese. American Journal of Epidemiology, August 1, Bring Out the GIMP (Girls in Merciless Peril) December Archives.

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Although in short term studies patients taking statin drugs show a lower incidence of heart disease and stroke, many patients feel years older while taking these drugs since the side effects mimic the aging process.

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