?Chemical Medications or Natural Healing

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?Chemical Medications or Natural Healing
Many times when people get sick they go to the doctor to be diagnosed, then they make their way to the pharmacy to pick up the prescriptions the doctors say you need to cure the problem. What if the prescription is wrong? But is there a better solution? Natural healing is much better than any chemical medication the doctor prescribes to you because they are natural and more effective.

Many prescriptions are easy to overdose on, and usually end in death or serious health problems. “Overdosing on NSAIDs also can damage kidneys” says transplant pharmacist McDevitt, a clinical specialist in organ transplantation at Tufts Medical Center. Prescriptions aren’t the only drug that people can overdose on. It is very common for people to overdose on over-the-counter drugs such as Tylenol, Aleve, and ibuprofen. “People play loose and free with Benadryl,” says Ausim Azizi, chair of the department of neurology at Temple University School of Medicine. “There are a lot of side effects. One is loss of memory in the imediant period after taking it, and disorientation in older people.” Experts are trying to get the manufacturers to make it harder for people to overdose, but what if they got rid of all the chemical ingredients and replaced them with natural herbs and plants? Without the chemicals made in medications, then people wouldn’t have to worry about overdosing and cause damage to their body.

Chemical medications have very serious side effects that can cause death in extreme cases. Many people just ignore these serious effects because they think they have no other choice. Chemical medicines do work, but natural medications work better and longer. “The best thing is to find the best medicine that will be fast and effective. And in the health market out there, there are tons of medicines that will promise to do that, yet at the same time, the small print tells us to beware of the side effects. This little warning is one that...
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