It’s estimated that at least 2 million Americans are addicted to prescription painkillers, which is twice the number addicted to cocaine.[ii] More than a handful of them are celebrities, of course, as being rich and famous does not make you immune to addiction. Quite the contrary, it may actually increase it...
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... 7 Reasons to AVOID It Like the Plague
Aspirin is based on salicylic acid derived from willow bark, a compound that works to stop pain by interfering with cells’ ability to make prostaglandins (chemicals involved in your ability to feel pain). Hippocrates, the father of medicine, is often credited as one of the first to … Read More
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Every year, 70 million prescriptions for nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) are filled, making them one of the most commonly used class of medications in the United States. What many do not realize is that they are also among the worst pain reliev … Read More
Another Reason to Break the Conventional Medical System Addiction!
The 20 alarming prescription drug statistics I told you about a little while back should be enough to motivate anyone to use the far safer methods of stopping pain and improving health that we're dedicated to teaching in the free Losethebackpain.com newslette … Read More
Prescription drug statistics ... if you sought the most important facts you REALLY need to know from the prescription drug companies themselves, you of course would not find them. Drug companies have ranked as one of the top three most profitable industries in the world for years, so they certainly don't want these statistic … Read More
Is your pain killing you? It may be if you’re relying on prescription drugs to deal with it. A brand new report released by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention this week highlights a massive increase in prescription drug deaths over the past decade. In just the past 10 years, sales of painkillers - and … Read More
Does this sound familiar? You're experiencing some sort of pain or discomfort, so you take a pill — whether a prescription drug, over-the-counter medicine, or even an all-natural pain reliever — when suddenly it feels like you just swallowed a lump of coal that got stuck about halfway down. This all-too-common symp … Read More
Ever see one of those drug company ads on TV or in a magazine showing happy people "getting their life back" after taking some promoted drug or another? Let's remember those happy people are actors — paid to make the product look good. A product that more often than not has side effects as bad as or worse than the … Read More
I was reading this week about a woman in New Hampshire suing a major pharmaceutical company for $24 million in damages. We've become an overly lawsuit happy society, but as I read the details of this one I couldn't help but think this lady has a serious case. Karen Bartlett, who was an otherwise healthy 45-year old wo … Read More
"All I can say is a big WOW and thank you. I have only been taking them for 4 or 5 days, but have noticed an huge difference. I stopped taking my strong painkillers, Co Codemal (the strongest) and Dihydrocodine, which I was taking every day and the full limit allowed in a day. I feel "almost" normal again." From a very ver … Read More