Taking losartan, carvedilol, and aspirin along with a nightime statin
Yes, it is safe for people with cardiovascular diseases to take mucus relief medications.
Reading the back of cold medication boxes can become confusing.
If you're looking to break up mucus the main cold ingredient you should look for is Guaifenesin.
Guaifenesin is an expectorant that helps thin mucus in your bronchial tubes, thus making it easier to clear your throat when you cough. Guaifenesin can be purchased as an OTC cough syrup or pill.
The one ingredient that all heart/cardiovascular conditions should stay away from is decongestants.
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