A Russian doctor explains the effects of heat on medicines

Russian cardiologist Dr. Anastasia Lebedova announced that heat can change the effect of medications in people suffering from cardiovascular diseases.

In an interview with the Russian RIA Novosti news agency, the specialist indicated that the effect of drugs can change under the influence of heat in patients with cardiovascular diseases.

Therefore, roaming or working in an open place under the sun is better to be before eleven o'clock, or after five in the afternoon.

She said, "They have to take the medicines prescribed by the doctor regularly. We should know that in hot weather the risk of side effects increases, for example, the level of high blood pressure decreases, but this does not mean that these medicines should not be taken before consulting the doctor, who may reduce the dose of the medicine in the weather is hot".

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