Anyone who has been badly injured definitely knows the difference between relief from a pain killer and being healed. In many cases of trauma, pain killers are needed. Studies have actually shown that comfort and healing go hand in hand. The same goes for antibiotics. If you have a bad infection – whether internally like pneumonia, or externally like a dog bite, antibiotics are life saving. But with both examples – pain or infection – there comes a point when you need to ask yourself if you SHOULD still be in pain, or if you SHOULD still be having infections. Continue reading “Why Suppression Of Disease Is Making Us Unhealthy”
Young, Sick and Invisible – A Dangerous Trend
In today’s society, young women are expected to be a beacon of health, beauty, and fertility. But statistics show that young women are disproportionately affected by certain diseases and health conditions, and they’re often not taken seriously by both their doctors and the general public – especially when they “look” healthy.
This is why it is becoming more important than ever to advocate for yourself. It is not normal to not feel well all the time. Brushing off symptoms such as fatigue, headaches, bloating, aches and pains, etc simply because you’re young is not a good solution – in fact, it is dangerous.