Veterans find relief by reducing medications - by Don Ingwerson, Pacific Health Perspectives
Today is Memorial Day and it’s also a day to celebrate the idea of freedom. In terms of health care freedom, patient participation in health care is on the rise, as seen in people looking for alternatives to allopathic medicine. An NPR report details some of these health care freedoms in an article titled, “Veterans Kick the Prescription Pill Habit, Against Doctors’ Orders.” It relates how some veterans – initially prescribed with many pills for pain and PTSD – are now personally deciding to stop taking these medications. And those included in the NPR Program report they are feeling significantly better without the drugs. One reason for this change? These veterans have found that the drug use is debilitating, addictive, and destroys quality of life for them. Read more
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