The tire on the left has gone through many miles of wear. As the tread shallows and the rubber weakens the tire begins to lose its ability to perform in a safe manner. It also begins failing to maintain its air pressure. The shallow treads produce minimal to no SYMPTOMS. The only tangible symptom the driver experiences is a frequent need to inflate the tire as a result of air leakage. A “cheap,” “easy” “treatment” is available to address this problem. “Patches” or “plugs” can be applied to the tire (as seen on the right) TEMPORARILY preventing the recurring need to replace leaking air. For many drivers this option satisfies their driving concerns. In reality this option increases their risks for injury and death.
The person on the left has gone through many years of wear. As the body and mind’s needs are ignored or abused, they begin to lose their ability to perform every day function in a healthy manner. Initially, these ignored needs or outright abuses produce minimal to no SYMPTOMS. As headaches, balance issues, breathing difficulties, digestive issues, cardiac issues and other symptoms reveal themselves, a doctor is consulted. A “cheap,” “easy” “treatment” is available to address these symptoms/problems. Pharmaceutical “patches” (if used exclusively as treatments) can be “applied” to cover up the underlying root problems TEMPORARILY preventing or minimizing the pain and discomfort experienced. For many consumers this option produces a FALSE sense of “correction.” In reality, these lifelong drugs further compromise patient health conditions by weakening their aging bodies and reducing their natural capacity to function normally.
Car repair centers DISCOURAGE “patching” tires with excess wear. Keeping costs in mind, they may offer optional RECONDITIONED tires to protect their customers from possible injuries. This recommendation addresses the root cause of the problem resulting in improved function and performance.
A majority of doctors, on the other hand, ENCOURAGE “patching” their patient’s chronic health issues EXCLUSIVELY with pharmaceutical drugs. This approach isn’t designed to repair the body and restore its ability to function without further need of these drugs; it is designed to AVOID the need for active patient participation in the RECONDITIONING process. The doctor is trained to focus on extending their patient’s duration of life by using lifetime drugs to achieve this goal.
QUALITY OF LIFE often becomes a secondary concern!
Of course you can leave it up to your highly educated medical physician to provide the ONLY answer he or she has been taught:
OR YOU CAN CHOOSE TO BECOME PART OF THE SOLUTION!