For some, health care pain management works. For some, medical pain management fail is a way of life.The reason it fails is because modern medicine often treats the pain and not the cause of the pain.
In traditional pain management, analgesia or the absence of pain is attained by the use of pharmaceuticals. These include opioid's which are a form of narcotic analgesic medicine. These help by reducing the sensation of pain. Clue: if you can reduce the sensation of pain, why not reduce the cause of pain?
Another way of treating pain involves the use of NSAIDS or non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs. Like their name implies, they help reduce inflammation and lower fevers. They have an additional benefit of preventing blood from clotting. This may or may not be good, depending on the reason for the pain. Clue: if eliminating inflammation with chemicals works, what would happen if the elimination of the inflammation naturally?
Of the most common NSAIDs is acetaminophen, the generic name for Tylenol. Also widely used for reasons other than pain is aspirin. Clue: When you overdose on acetaminophen, the antidote involves building up your GSH or glutathione. GSH is involved in eliminating inflammation, elimination of pain and numerous other healing properties. Why not skip the chemicals and go straight for the natural healing to eliminate the pain?
Perhaps the most unconsidered part of pain management fail is the side effects of the drugs used to treat pain. With each benefit comes risks. More importantly some risks are well reported but often overlooked. Acetaminophen if taken in large doses can cause liver damage and even liver failure. Not to worry, there is a antidote that works naturally to correct the problem.
Beyond harm to the liver, there are risks to the kidneys, stomach and gut with these analgesics.
One study of aspirin found a 58% increase in risk of getting pancreatic cancer simply by taking more than 2 aspirin a week. When taking more than 2 a day, the risk rose to over 85% higher.
Over 100,000 go to the hospital annually due to aspirin damage and 20,000 die each year from the damage caused by aspirin.
Taking NSAIDs with SSRIs (drugs for depression) increase your risk for GI bleeding.
Modern medicine pain management, when used to treat pain, can be effective for many. However this is only if it is properly administered. This requires the right medication for the type of discomfort.
Mild pain < 4 on a 10 scale, start with Non-opioids like aspirin or NSAID's
Moderate Pain 4-7 mild opioid like Oxycodone, Percocet, Tylenol #3 or Vicodin
Severe Pain >7 short acting opioid, Dilaudid, morphine or Oxycodone
There are some commonalities and differences with these protocols. For instance, Ibuprofen was found to be more effective in treating bone pain than morphine.
Studies have shown that when people no longer have pain, they rarely need or continue to use narcotics. This is a very minimal risk for most.
When we are near death, narcotics properly given do not promote death. This is a common misconception of the health care pain management. If given in large doses, they can suppress the respiratory system and they could be life threatening.
The simple question still is, what if there was a better, safer and more effective way?
What if there was a better way?
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