Bedtime aspirin may reduce morning heart attacks

Taking aspirin before going to bed may reduce the risk of having a heart attack in the morning.

A new study has shown the timing of aspirin intake reduces the amount of platelet activity in the morning. Higher platelet activity clots the blood and increases the risk of having a heart attack or a stroke.

Participants in the study who took aspirin in the evening also didn’t experience any different side effects to participants who took the drug in the morning.

Read more at American Heart Foundation