Sometimes the Best Course of Action is No Action at All!
By Dr. John L. Reizer
Editor at NoFakeNews.net
It is not very easy for people suffering with chronic diseases such as Cancer and autoimmune disorders to come to the realization that sometimes the best course of treatment is no treatment at all.
Many of us make the giant mistake of buying into the lie that traditional, organized medicine can successfully treat chronic diseases. In my opinion it cannot! A hard pill for many to swallow (pun intended) is that the standard treatments are a bigger threat to a person’s health than the actual diseases they are supposedly battling. The sad truth is that the treatments/drugs cannot cure any of these diseases, and that the management strategies offered by healthcare specialists are based on the insane goal, in many situations, of shutting down the human immune system in an effort to control inflammatory properties being launched by natural body physiology.
What should a person do that has a chronic disease process and facing a proposed treatment regiment that is potentially more dangerous than the illness? It’s a good question and not one easily answered. Obviously, there is going to be heated debate concerning this subject. In the end, however, a person has to ask the question; why take a drug or engage in a treatment protocol that would make a healthy person sick and eventually die?
Imagine for a moment that you were taking a standardized test and encountered a difficult multiple choice question. Suppose you didn’t know a correct answer for the question, but you were absolutely certain that one of the choices/detractors was not the correct answer. Would you, under any circumstance, circle the incorrect answer? You would not! If you were going to make a wild guess about what answer to circle, you would exclude the detractor(s) that you had, for certain, ruled out.
In many situations you have to view traditional medicine, and its related drug therapies, as an incorrect detractor in a multiple choice question. It is, simply, a wrong answer, and has to be avoided at all costs.
The argument routinely thrown on the table by many healthcare experts is that the detractor that represents a wrong answer is still the best medical choice that is on the market. The experts will claim that choosing the wrong detractor is better than doing nothing at all. Is it really?
As the author of this article, I cannot write that I can supply readers with an answer that will resolve a specific, hypothetical question that might be on the table. But I can write, with confidence, that choosing a wrong answer is never the right decision. Sometimes the best course of action is no action at all! Sometimes it is better to allow the body an opportunity to embrace a health challenge on its own.
What do you think about this subject?
The information written in this article is not intended to replace a professional relationship between a patient and a healthcare specialist nor is it intended as medical advice. Readers are encouraged to make healthcare decisions based upon their own independent research!