290 people die each day from adverse reactions to a prescribed drug that was taken properly. Wow.

I honestly would have expected this number to be much higher, but I’m also not sure how old this statistic is. People think medications and drugs are safe if they are prescribed by a doctor. Wrong.

I don’t like putting anything synthetic in my body. Anything that messes with my body’s natural biochemistry frankly scares the shit out of me. Tylenol, Advil, and ibuprofen make me nervous. No joke, they really do. I’ve taken my share of it when I had moderate to severe daily back pain back when, and every time I took one, I got a little scared.

A lot of people die from taking even those over the counter drugs; drugs that people don’t think twice about as they swallow 3 pills to dull their aches and pains.

That stuff has an effect. It has an immediate effect, and it has a cumulative effect over time. Side effects aren’t “side” at all – they are unwanted effects. IT just sounds less scare if you say “side effect” instead of “unwanted effects.”

How do you think it would change the mindset if on commercials they said, “UNWANTED EFFECTS INCLUDE: diarrhea, mood changes, sexual dysfunction, constipation, possible death” etc. I don’t think people would be as quick to run to their doctor and ask for these poisons.

People think I’m nuts for being nervous about taking ibuprofen. I think you’re nuts for not thinking for yourself and asking the right questions. This country is filled with a bunch of mindless sheep following the herd. They do whatever Dr. White Coat tells them to without thinking twice; without thinking of the repercussions. As a result, we are the sickest developed nation in the world.

For a country that spends more on healthcare than anyone else, has more doctors, has the “best pharmaceutical advances”, and is considered the leading edge of medicine and “health care” we sure are sick. Must not be working.

It’s funny too, because everyone I talk to about this agrees with me. Everyone knows that we have a problem and how we do things doesn’t work, but everyone just keeps doing the same thing. The same people that agree with me are on a prescription drug at the time of agreement. It’s the same person that runs to the doctor with every little sniffle or cough. The same person that gives their kid antibiotics left and right.

It’s odd the disconnect people have. Do you not realize the blaring contradiction there? I don’t think they do… why don’t people THINK? I don’t have the answers… just running through my thoughts right now.

Chiropractic isn’t a “drug free” option to help people with problems. That’s the exact same mindset as what is currently going on. People wanting something outside of themselves to make their inside better. That’s not what chiropractic is about, and that’s exactly what we need to STOP doing if we want to actually become a healthy nation.

You need to focus on keeping your body healthy; in a high state of function. No pill, powder, lotion, or potion will do that. You must do that from the inside out. Do things, and make choices that allow your body to run better, so it can be stronger and more resilient to the environment. THAT is where chiropractic shines, and what chiropractic is about.

Chiropractic works because it allows your body to work and run with greater ease, efficiency, and coordination. When your body works in greater harmony physiologically, then it resonates outward.

That’s what ChiroPure is about.

ChiroPure is a family focused, inclusive membership practice. Our goal is to provide regular chiropractic care for infants, children, and adults using affordable monthly membership plans.

Like anything that is good for you such as diet, exercise, and quality sleep, you gain the greatest benefit of regular chiropractic care when you use it on a consistent and regular basis.

We are the only membership chiropractor in Concord, NC. We pride ourselves in offering quality care for individuals and families using affordable chiropractic memberships. Come see what makes us refreshing and unique.

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Dr. Jen