… A Customer Lost
Who is in Control?
Taking charge of your holistic health can be a game-changer.
It puts you in the driver’s seat, allowing you to uncover the intricate web of factors that affect your well-being, from medications to dietary choices and daily activities.
When you gain this level of control, you can distinguish what uplifts your life and what drags it down.
In the realm of healthcare, a fascinating shift occurs when you achieve holistic wellness. Suddenly, you’re no longer a revenue source for the medical establishment.
Those bills and subsidies that often run into substantial figures?
Well, they dwindle away. What’s more, it’s difficult to gauge the financial impact on doctors, clinics, and outpatient facilities when you no longer need their services.
You transition from being a patient to something perhaps more empowering – a “Customer Lost!”
You win by regaining your health, and they, in contrast, lose a source of income.
Today, there’s a growing skepticism about conventional medicine, and it’s perfectly natural to question Big Pharma’s motives or to seek more information when your questions are dismissed by doctors.
The truth is, there’s been a subtle undercurrent of mistreatment toward those struggling with health issues, and this is especially pronounced among seniors.
When a senior dares to ask why a doctor prescribes yet another potent drug after the previous one has lost its efficacy, they often face resistance. The solution?
Become knowledgeable about your medications. And it’s not just about the pills you pop or the food you consume, but for the moment, let’s focus on these two aspects of your health.
Taking an active role in your healthcare is a necessity. Those five-minute doctor’s appointments hardly scratch the surface of what you need to discuss, and those charges for such a brief encounter can be eye-watering.
Empowering yourself with knowledge about your medication is a crucial step.
Don’t shy away from in-depth discussions about side effects, or occurrences you weren’t forewarned about, like sudden bouts of digestive distress. There are numerous motivations, often financial, for keeping you in the dark about your treatment.
The question we should be asking is: Do you really need all those prescriptions, or do you need more? The objective is to empower you to achieve a state of happy, healthy living, with precisely what you need – no more and no less.