3. Abruptly stopping the use of aspirin can increase the risk of heart problems.
It has been proved through various studies that abrupt stopping the use of non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs or NSAIDs like aspirin therapy can also increase the risk of heart attack within one week of stopping them. The cardiologists at the University of Chicago suggest to the people who want to stop taking aspirin that they should stop its consumption under the supervision of a qualified doctor in a gradual manner to avoid the risk of heart problem. Sudden change in such medications can cause serious problems like stroke and heart arrest etc.