It is estimated that at least 100 million Americans have chronic pain. Pain effects more people than cancer, heart disease and diabetes combined. Pain isn’t the mystery that modern medicine would have you believe it is but it sure is a lucrative business. Last year pharmaceutical firms sold $600 billion in prescription pain medications alone!
The average visit to a doctor is 7 minutes long and it results in 2 prescriptions. How much can be understood about you and your health concerns within 7 minutes? Worse yet, how can any physician give serious consideration to the drug prescribed and how it will interact with other drugs you’re taking all within 7 minutes? You’ve guessed it…that’s not possible.
Here is an excerpt from an article written by an anonymous physician entitled I’m Addicted to Prescribing Pain Medications:
Coming out of medical school, there is a certain power that comes on the first day of residency. You suddenly have the power of the pen. You can write prescriptions for low blood pressure, high blood pressure, low blood sugar, high blood sugar, too many bowel movements, not enough bowel movements. The list goes on and on. But one of the largest ways in which we can help patients is by treating their pain. Controlled substances. Yes, the new physician quickly learns that the pen wields an awesome power and an awesome responsibility. This feeling fades quickly in the face of an 80+ hour work week.
Why do I and so many other physicians have this addiction? Not providing the prescription is very hard. It takes time to do the research on the patient. Confronting the patient with a problem is emotionally draining. Doing it 5-10 times in one shift is not only a reality, it is downright crippling. It sucks out last bit of energy out of your soul. Rather than confronting patients and arguing, it’s far easier to write a prescription for narcotics and move on to the next patient. This is the mindset of thousands of physicians. Healthcare is different than it was 5-10 years ago.
There are simple solutions to managing pain outside of taking prescription pain meds. Sadly, managing pain requires a little effort but the “treatment” is so simple that most aren’t even willing to try. Instead they cling to the pain and hope for a wonder drug in the future that will offer relief with no side effects….as if that were possible. Managing your pain could be as simple as efficiently hydrating your body with healthy, chemical free, restructured water...the kind of water your body was Designed to have!
DID YOU KNOW THAT MOST PHARMACEUTICALS LEAD TO DEHYDRATION (AND CONSTIPATION) AND THAT DRINKING LOTS OF WATER ALONG WITH YOUR MEDS IS NOT A SUGGESTION…IT’S A WARNING?
Here are just a few classic symptoms brought on by dehydration:
- Heartburn/acid reflux
- Dyspeptic pain
- Angina pain
- Lower back pain
- Rheumatoid joint pain
- Migraine headaches
- Colitis pain
- Morning sickness during pregnancy
While the drug industry spends billions of dollars researching painkillers (and even more money advertising their particular brand of pain medication) dehydration can be remedied by drinking lots of Electrolyzed Reduced Water (ERW). For some people, the concept of drinking water needs to be reintroduced while others need to focus more on the molecular structure of the water they’re currently drinking. Either way, water is THE MOST important nutrient for the human body and THE KEY to health.
If you want your pain to go away, THE FIRST STEP is to be sure that you’re efficiently hydrated!
If you’re dead-set on finding your solutions in a prescription bottle, I hope masquerading your pain works out for you. Keep in mind that there is NO CURE for any disease whatsoever. If you would rather address the root cause of your pain (instead of treating symptoms with drugs) let me know. I’m pain-free for the first time in my adult life and I’m happy to walk with you through the journey.
CHANGING THE WAY THE WORLD LOOKS AT WATER…
ONE DROP AT A TIME!
About the Author:
“I’m an environmental advocate specializing in water…a “mini Erin Brockovich” but instead of looking for justice; I have solutions. Solutions for businesses and families…families like the Erin Brockochich family, the Bill Gates family, the Donald Trump Family, the Oprah Winfrey family, the Jillian Michaels family, the Seattle Seahawks families, the NY Yankees families and a host of others. I have a solution for your business and your family too!”
Lynn Gardner/Environmental Advocate