Never allow your doctor to tell you that addictive drugs are okay. They are NOT okay. They will cause other disorders and diseases as they kill you slowly. These include: opioids, benzodiazepines, antidepressants, hypnotics, stimulants, and antipsychotics. There is no reason on earth to be given these unless you have to be in the safety of a psychiatric institution. Right now, here in the US, one person is dying from an accidental opioid overdose every 12.5 minutes. I don’t want you to be part of that statistic.
Most all of what I write is most unpleasant and most people would rather shut their eyes to it. My purpose in reporting to you is to spare your health and save your life.
Prescribing dangerous addictive drugs is a financial decision for doctors. Some doctors attract patients by giving prescriptions for addictive drugs in order to convert those patients into addicts. You read and see it in the media all the time. They know that once they’ve hooked you, they’ve got yet another steady customer coming back at least every month. Others, prescribe them simply because, if they don’t, they know their patients will leave their medical practice and find another one who will give them what they ask for. Then, you have the ethical doctors (few and far between) who just won’t write prescriptions that addict and ultimately kill their patients. Think of a medical practice as similar to a high end clothing store whose owner asks, should we carry the hot and trendy styles we know will sell, or do we stock up on the cheap old styles from a few years ago? The bottom line is profit, so you know what their decision will be. These days, medical practices – for the most part – are businesses for MEGA profit.
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If addiction is a disease, then why are doctors infecting patients with it?
(Isn’t that called ‘prescribing’ an addiction?)
Addiction is a spiritual problem that demands a spiritual solution.