By Dr. John L. Reizer
Founder of NoFakeNews
One very hot topic that continues to be debated in the mainstream and alternative news is Obamacare. For most Americans it is an important goal to be able to secure affordable health insurance for family members. Serious health problems requiring a stay in a hospital for a few days or longer can create financial havoc for lots of people. Everything that a family has managed to save over the course of their lives can be wiped out from a single trip to an emergency room followed by a need for extended medical services.
President-Elect Donald Trump has pledged to repeal Obamacare and replace it with something better and more affordable for American families.
While I believe it is important to secure adequate protection against potentially devastating medical bills through the acquisition of affordable health insurance, I also believe it is important for healthcare consumers to understand what traditional healthcare objectives really offer members of society. In addition, it is important for people to become cognizant of what health insurance products allow healthcare consumers to have access to in the way of traditional healthcare services.
When I write about traditional healthcare services it is important to understand that the large majority of products I am referring to fall under the category of “suppression” based therapies. In other words, the therapies/treatments are designed to suppress the natural healing tendencies that are innately attached to human physiological systems. For example, a patient that has high blood pressure is commonly given a drug that blocks a portion of the nervous system that increases blood pressure in the individual. Regardless of whether or not the increase in blood pressure is physiologically beneficial to the patient (and in many cases the increase in blood pressure is very beneficial to the body as it prevents the person from having a loss of vital blood flow to important organs, tissues, and cells), the suppression based therapy is almost always administered to achieve the desired result, a lowered blood pressure reading.
Millions of people are walking around with artificially suppressed blood pressure readings due to their consumption of synthetic medicines that suppress the human nervous system. Artificially manufactured low blood pressure readings in patients do not always make them healthier. The standard practice of suppressing human physiology (allopathic medicine) is dangerous and certainly not a pathway to better health.
Another example of a suppression based therapy is the common practice of fever reduction. Traditional medicine offers healthcare consumers drugs that artificially eliminate fever. The ability of the body to successfully destroy bacteria and viruses naturally is routinely accomplished through its innate ability to create fever.
Billions of dollars are earned annually by pharmaceutical companies that own patents to fever reducing drugs. Although the suppression of fever in human physiology is admired and thought beneficial by most laypersons, it is, in actuality, a pharmacological induced process that allows a viral or bacterial microbe to thrive in a given human system and this scenario ultimately creates an impediment to the natural healing tendencies of the human immune system.
While it is true that traditional medical services can help save a person’s life in an emergency situation, it is also true that the same medical objectives can harm people and make them less healthy when the services being applied are being done so to manage patients over extended periods of time.
Many alternative healthcare professions are significantly more successful in keeping people healthy than traditional medicine because the practice objectives of these professions are based on expression based therapies.
Expression based therapies are designed to remove interferences within human beings that preclude the body’s physiology from functioning properly. In the end, expression based therapies allow a better expression of human physiology which improves the overall health of people. Unfortunately, most of these professions and their practice objectives are not covered by health insurance plans.
Although it’s important to have a system in place that offers all Americans a way to have access to affordable healthcare, it’s more important, in my opinion, to have a healthcare system in place that makes the population healthier. In the United States this is currently not a reality and the situation needs to change. We need to Make America Great Again but we also need to Make America Healthy Again.
What do you think about this subject?