I have been making healthier meals all summer long. It is the most efficient way to make use of all of your food storage.
It’s not just cooking that has health benefits. Many different types of medications have a lot of health benefits, and one of the simplest is the one people have been hearing about for the longest–medication adherence. To be more specific, most people are not on their medications because they’re sick, but because they feel better and are taking a different type of medication that is working better for them. This can help give them a more consistent level of health.
This is an interesting idea, but I think it’s a little bit of a reach. I’m sure we get a lot of people on medication, but I’m not sure even many of these people are taking their medication consistently. So while its an interesting idea, it doesn’t really answer the question of why people don’t take their medication as prescribed.
We need to look at the big picture to give us the best answer. Not all the time is best. We all know its better to go to bed on time, or stay up late and watch TV instead of staying up and doing homework. This is also why we all have to take our medication as prescribed. This is not a drug issue, its a lifestyle issue. Im sure if its just a lifestyle issue, we would all be taking our medication as prescribed.
Well there are two big reasons why people don’t take their medication as prescribed. One, they want to live a healthy life and two, they dont want to be addicted to it. I’ll tell you why people dont take their medication as prescribed.
One of the biggest problems we have with our society as a whole is that medication is simply a way to deal with our problems. For most people, dealing with one problem can be a way to deal with five others. For example, if a person has to deal with diabetes and doesn’t have any other way to deal with it, then insulin or OTC pills are the only solution.
As a general rule, the more drugs and/or pills, the less healthy the person, and the more unhealthy the person. On top of that, there is evidence to suggest that the more drugs and pills, the more addicted to them the person is.
It’s not just the drugs that affect our health. There are several psychological factors to be considered first. I like to think of them as the “psychological buffers” to the drugs and pills. For example, if you have a headache, then you have a lot of stress and you don’t have as much brain power to process information. This means that you’re less likely to get the appropriate amount of blood sugar levels or to get an energy hit after dealing with the headache.
Another reason drug addiction is more common is because we live in an age of constant media exposure. The media (and our online communities) are saturated with images of people that are addicted to various drugs. We don’t have to be in a constant state of deprivation, we can just have a little more exposure.
Although they are all drugs, many different types of drugs have the same effect on the brain and body. The problem is that we don’t really know how many different drugs are out there. To make sense of it all, we need to take a step back and take a hard look at the pharmaceutical industry and how they take advantage of us by creating drugs that have no active ingredient and then marketing them as more effective than they really are.