Rx drugs and how they can harm much more than they help, Dr. Murphree's Fibromyalgia article

Could Rx Drugs Be Your Problem?

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Do you know the potential side effects of all your drugs?

One of the most important things you can do to improve your health is to become proactive. I strongly encourage you to become an informed patient. You should know what drugs you are taking, what they are for, what their potential side effects are (chances are you are experiencing or will eventually experience their side effects), and that there are often natural options available. Drugs can be life saving but can also cause life draining side effects. Too many patients are taking drugs that actually make them feel worse, often leading to taking additional drugs to cover up the side effects triggered by another drug. Drugs are designed to treat symptoms, not causes. For example – one of cause of high blood pressure is being overweight, same for type II diabetes. In this situation, losing weight or making dietary changes should be the first answer.

I always recommend treating cause, not symptoms – short term treating symptoms is fine, long term it is like robbing Peter to pay Paul!

I recommend using www.rxisk.org  or   https://www.mayoclinic.org/drugs-supplements/drug-list to research your meds!

For your convenience, I’ve compiled a handy list of the most common side effects of your NSAIDs, antidepressants, and more:



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