As my teacher in pharmacology said, "God did not create us for drugs."
The fact is that no matter how "light" the drug is for the body, it will always be "alien". The liver and kidneys will always strive to remove it from the body.
But you asked daily, but did not specify the timing. Every day for a week or a lifetime? In the first case, for the most part, no, in the second, definitely yes. Even if these are seemingly harmless vitamins or other metabolites necessary for reactions inside the body, this will inevitably lead to the fact that the body itself, which is inherently very, very energy-saving, stops producing these substances, or begins to do so in scanty amounts. What for? They come from outside, so you can work less.
In the case of drugs that are necessary for the treatment of diseases - even if you use them in reasonable doses, even if they have almost no side effects at all, one way or another they will affect the liver. Although it is unique in this regard, long-term use of drugs + additional factors will sooner or later play a role.
Depending on the pills themselves.
I have been taking "***" pills for more than three years, they are quite strong. According to the test results, there is progress in treatment. BUT as a result of taking them: terrible drowsiness, low efficiency, frequent headaches, skin problems, depressed mood.
If this is true, then what diseases can you get rid of by this method, and under what conditions is it contraindicated?