Due to the one-sided approach, modern medicine has made a strong bias towards rather aggressive drug treatment, which not only does not solve the health problem, but also does not cope well with diseases.
It is no secret that very often we meet with the fact that the harm from the use of medicines is greater than the benefits they bring, and the patient already has to be treated both for the disease for which the medicine was prescribed, and for the one caused by its use. And since our local doctors consider it their duty to prescribe pills for each of the ailments found in a patient, new drugs will in turn be used to treat diseases associated with the use of these drugs, causing new complications.
By the way, there are dozens of reliable non-drug ways to fight the flu, colds and fever, allowing patients to quickly form the desired immune response. And the main task here is not to fight a viral infection, but to help the body get rid of toxins formed during the massive multiplication of the virus in our cells. But what does the local doctor do? He will definitely prescribe antibiotics, which, fully justifying their, if you think about it, a terrible name, really suppress the vital activity of any cellular structures. Moreover, it is less manifested in bacteria, more in the cells of the human body. Viruses are not such, they only parasitize in cells, therefore antibiotics have almost no effect on them. At the same time, independent cells of the immune system suffer more than others, as a result of which the body s defense reaction is suppressed.
The flu will pass, but a weakened immunity will remain – which means that a secondary, no longer viral, but a bacterial infection may well join our diseases, which will require the appointment of even more powerful drugs. Having developed four generations of antibiotics from almost every pathogen, what did we get as a result? The pharmacological war on bacteria has led them to adapt and find ways to defend against these chemical attacks.
Thus, creating more and more antibiotics, we are slowly breeding a genetic monster as a result of unnatural selection in the world of microorganisms. This is a dangerous path of development of medicine, leading humanity to irreversible and completely unpredictable consequences.
If insects fly into the room all the time through an open window, then is it necessary to chase each of them with a fly swatter or use insecticides, when it is smarter and safer to cover the window with a mosquito net and fence off the unwanted effects of the outside world. This protection for us is immunity.
Life cannot be rewritten, and each pill leaves an indelible mark on it, dragging us into a vicious circle of diseases, just as a drug addict is drawn into drug addiction. But if a drug addict who pays crazy money for essentially penny drugs gets a relatively quick deliverance from earthly torments, then a chronic patient, who also spends considerable sums often for useless drugs, has to do this for a very long time.
The reason for our troubles is also that our medicine is what the majority of the population wants to see, assessing the quality of treatment and the qualifications of a doctor by the number of prescribed medicines. And the advertisement did a dirty deed, driving us into our heads that drugs really cure: “My head hurts – take an aspirin pill!” – and there is nothing to puzzle here! But the connection of the ailment that arose with pneumonia, which opened six months later, will not be established even by the most experienced pulmonologist, because aspirin in this case eliminated one of the symptoms of an impending lung disease, but not its cause.
Chemical drugs are, in essence, substances alien to humans, which fight not so much with pathogens that have entered our bloodstream, but, first of all, with the cells of the body itself. As an inexperienced recruit, out of fear of an invisible enemy, fires from a machine gun in all directions indiscriminately, not thinking where their own, and where are strangers, so the medicines “beat their own so that others are afraid.”
At the same time, often, only temporarily alleviating the patient s condition, they lay a delayed-action mine in the form of a weakened resistance. Of course, in a number of cases, a person s life may depend on the timely and competent use of a particular drug, and at such moments the medicine must be applied immediately. But, solving individual problems associated with specific diseases, drugs, unfortunately, do not solve a global problem – the restoration of human health. And yet, each of us, without special help from medicine, can independently take care of our health. This is done through the systematic cleansing of the body from toxins, which does not require a lot of time and money, that is, everything superfluous, which gradually makes us sick and dependent on the pill, which fights not only with our diseases, but also with ourselves.
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