In the modern day of this society, we have been compelled to use pills for every simple thing starting from a headache to the most severe situations like heart attacks, diabetes, and arthritis etc. Meanwhile, there are some people who live a life without using at least one pill through their entire life yet live a healthier life than some of us. So I think you and I need to look at our medication in a different way once in a while.
Alternatives for Pills
There are alternative medication methods instead of taking pills i.e. ayuruvedic treatments, sports physiotherapy, Chinese acupuncture etc. which are sometimes more performance based and results oriented. However, the society rarely compel to try these medication methods due to reasons like the uncertainty or fear of being unfamiliar with such treatments like sports physio and sometimes people are not willing to try new things putting their health concerns at risk. Therefore it remains as a common subject.
The common worry most of us have when it comes to taking pills is that we aren’t too sure of the side effects we may experience later on. For example, pills like aspirin sometimes have very severe side effects on certain people with allergies and critical body rejections. However, in general, there are common side effects which can be identified in terms of pills such as infections related to fungous, dehydrated mouth, gum swelling, ulcers, the constant change in the taste of your spit or as a matter of fact, the taste of your mouth in general, tooth decay, discolouring in teeth etc. Nevertheless, these can be avoided if one strictly adheres to the given prescriptions and ensure the correct medication is taken to during the given time span. If you get those things right, you might be able to guarantee some safety, but not 100% safe.
The General Perception about Pills
The general perception about the society in terms of taking pills is that it’s known to be an effortless, less time consuming and irresponsible act. At the same time some people believe that it’s one of the most risky things to do and hence they move towards more result oriented treatment methods i.e. ayuruvedic treatments or sports physiotherapy or something of that sort. However, the majority of the society is still living in the dark believing that taking pills is supposed to be the safest and most result oriented https://plus.google.com/100572781113382371680/about.
Hence, for an instance we need to stop and ask ourselves, is it worth to risk your health for bunch of pills? Or is it rather safer to go for more transparent treatments like Ayurveda.