What if your health and your healthcare are so connected to each other that it is not always obvious? The usual protocol if something feels off to you, the first step is usually to get a test or tests. get blood work or ask the expert outside of you for your answers. Through the tests, the blood work or the expert’s opinion, a diagnosis is assigned, and you are off and running with a protocol that is suppose to cure you. Hmmmm! Maybe yes, maybe no!
Did you know that current statistics have rendered some interesting data? In the last couple of months of 2011, the “diagnosis” is that more people are dying from prescription drug overdoses, then street drugs. What is going on? Is this the cure? Take drugs, overdose and die? What? Death is the answer? Oops to karma, lessons and reincarnation, but that’s another article.
Here are some very poignant conversations going on from the medical community.
“Addiction to prescription painkillers — which kill thousands of Americans a year — has become a largely unrecognized epidemic, experts say. In fact, prescription drugs cause most of the more than 26,000 fatal overdoses each year, says Leonard Paulozzi of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.”
Wow, 26,000 deaths. What about the family, friends and employers? This is the ultimate in unemployment. Move over so and so just died, a job opening has occurred. Now don’t take this wrong, or start judging this statement, it is supposed to be an eye-opener, an aha moment. There are a lot of people involved in this 26,000 “reported” deaths. What about the ones that are not reported? Everyone has to look at legal drugs in a different way. Who is responsible? The question is who is taking prescription drugs responsibly. Is this the current addiction that is beginning to replace alcohol and street drugs? These are some questions to ask so the core of this prescription drug issue comes to surface and everyone starts looking at the problems they are having on society.
“The number of overdose deaths from opioid painkillers — opium-like drugs that include morphine and codeine — more than tripled from 1999 to 2006, to 13,800 deaths that year, according to CDC statistics released….”. More wows’. Start adding it up… a lot of people are dying. If these statistic do not trigger abandonment issues, then the guilt issues, and the should of, would of, and could ofs’ will haunt those left behind. Too late! Unless the “hooked” on prescription drug crisis is recognized, more people will die. Hmmm, this is not a great way to address the issues of population control. Keep up this problem, and the population will decline but at what costs to the ones left behind. Just the economic loss is significant not counting the emotional setbacks for everyone involved.
“In the past, most overdoses were due to illegal narcotics, such as heroin, with most deaths in big cities. Prescription painkillers have now surpassed heroin and cocaine, overdoses is now about as high in rural areas — 7.8 deaths per 100,000 people — as in cities, where the rate is 7.9 deaths per 100,000 people, according to a paper he published last year in Pharmacoepidemiology and Drug Safety.”
And everyone thought it was a city problem. These statistics reveal that this problem has nothing to do with city, country, suburban or anywhere in between. Prescription drug abuse crosses cultures, ethnic backgrounds, economics and religion. Wake up America. Who is running your show, your life? Prescription drugs are supposed to support wellness not cause death. Forget about blaming the medical community or the pharmaceutical companies. They are just looking at the bottom line, their profit line, their stockholders. Hmmm, maybe some of their stockholders are those overdosing? Food for thought? This is worst then the dumbing of American, this is the killing of America.
“The biggest and fastest-growing part of America’s drug problem is prescription drug abuse,” says Robert DuPont, a former White House drug czar and a former director of the National Institute on Drug Abuse. “The statistics are unmistakable.”
About 120,000 Americans a year go to the emergency room after overdosing on opioid painkillers, says Laxmaiah Manchikanti, chief executive officer and board chairman for the American Society of Interventional Pain Physicians. Experts say it’s easy to see why so many Americans are abusing painkillers. There are lots of the drugs around, and they’re relatively easy to get, says David Zvara, chair of anesthesiology at University of North Carolina Hospitals.”
How scary is that? It is so easy to get drugs. Never mind street drugs, what is going on with prescription drugs? If this is the solution, then death is becoming the cure! Very disturbing! So back to the issue of health and health care and getting to the point, death is not the solution and drugs do not resolve anything, except to make you sicker than you are.
Isn’t it time you and all of us take back our own healthcare and be our first health care provider? When your body has pain, what is it saying to you? Where in your body is the pain? Specific areas of your body, have specific emotional and physical issues. Why do you have pain? Believe it or not, your emotional issues are the core of your physical issues. The pain you have in your body did not start with the pain, the pain is your body’s signal that something is off.
The actual emotional and physical issue could have started in your childhood, in your teenage years, young adult or it could have started currently, when some outside source triggered your emotional hooks to the past, your body experienced a re-action set the ball in motion for physical pain as a result of a past emotional trauma. Emotional trauma is physical trauma. They go hand-in-hand.
Also there are no accidents. Accidents are prompts by your body’s attempt to get your attention. For sure this is paradigm shifter, but then it is soooooooooo time to be your own personal paradigm shifter and stop looking outside of your Self for the answers. Go with your body first.
The most amazing aspects of your human body is its resiliency to last a lifetime of emotional trauma, emotional and physical abuse and survive your searches for the answers outside of you. The outside sources are only informational. Getting tests, blood tests, or evaluations from an expert are great information. But how you use the information is what counts.
Prescription drug overuses and overdoses are not the answers to anything. Yes, there are times when specific drugs assist you in maintaining a certain level of health when drugs are used intelligently and support the intelligence of your body. However, these statics are showing that drugs are being used un-intelligently as the source of the “cure”. “You “cure” hams and meat” not humans!
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