News Desk: Pain is felt in different parts of the body. Headache, back pain or bone pain. When it hurts, we take pain killers. Experts say that frequent pain killers should not be taken at all. According to experts, various pain killers or pain killers are available. Ibuprofen, aspirin and naproxen are some of them. Which should not be consumed in excess. These drugs increase stomach pain, heartburn. Problems like ulcers also occur. Another pain reliever is paracetamol. Paracetamol is taken only when pain is felt in any part of the body. Experts say that it is very harmful for the liver. Pain killers also interfere with the treatment of depression. People taking antidepressants should not take pain killers. Not only this, painkillers also increase the risk of heart attack. Studies have shown that regular use of pain killers increases the risk of heart attack by 20 to 50 percent. Heart patients take aspirin. These medicines are useful if you have blood clotting problems or heart problems. However, taking painkillers with it can be dangerous. The blood may become too thin. Which increases the risk of bleeding.