The biggest debate in health care
Health: a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity. The definition straight from the World Health Organization. But does this sound like anything being debated with all the talk of healthcare reform? Of course not, because we don’t even have a healthcare system, but a SICK CARE system in place. We wait until we are sick to visit the doctor. If we’re going by the definition of health stated above, ask your self what would happen if you went to your MD with no signs or symptoms. They would probably look at you like your crazy and tell you they cannot help you. But remember, health is NOT MERELY THE ABSENCE OF DISEASE, yet your M.D. has not way to help you get healthy, they can only treat symptoms. If you truly want to be healthy, not lacking symptoms of disease, you need to take control of your health before it gets to that point. In time maybe our debate can shift from how to get more prescription drugs and surgery to more people (which obviously doesn’t work), to how can we teach people to be healthy before it’s too late. Learn to eat right, exercise, and visit a chiropractor to have your nervous system in complete balance and you’ll be off to a great start!