One of the many questions that often turns up on medical sections of forms are:"Do you have a history of any of these in your family?" And they proceed to give you a tick-off list that includes a range of medical problems and they most likely will also ask about your own medical history, which all well and very important to note seeing that the average person doesn't actually pay attention to themselves, until...... something happens.
But for the person(s) who believe that because they have a family medical history of certain lifestyle diseases, it is inevitable that they also get it, the rest of this is for you. i.e. Hereditary is not equal to Inevitability.
Firstly, Educate yourself.
With the ever-expanding usage of technology, the availabilty to search for anything and everything has exploded 10-fold through the use of the Internet and Internet related technologies. Hence why I support people's comments when they say "just Google it". Do not rely solely on the doctors to tell you how to get rid of your diabetes, your high blood pressure(hypertension, your depression, your anxiety and especially your cancer). The main reason, a lot of them just DON'T KNOW and those who are aware that there are natural ways of dealing with such conditions either do not care or are afraid to let you know for fear of them being debarred for malpractice. There are some however, who decide to leave the medical profession in order to pursue true health.
Therefore it is up to you to find out what Paracetamol (a.k.a. acetaminophen) is. For those of you who are diabetics try Googling the name of your medicine paying special attention to side affects and drug interactions that even your doctor may not know about.
Commonly prescribed medications for diabetes:
Lantos SubQ Oral
sulphonylurea drugs (a class of drugs)
Commonly prescribed medications for Hypertension:
Angiotensin II receptor blockers (ARBs).
Calcium channel blockers.
Direct renin inhibitors."
According to WebMD.
Commonly prescribed treatment for cancer:
Commonly prescribed treatments for depression and/or anxiety:
Anti-psychotic medications such as Amitriptyline (anti-depression) which should not be used if you are using Tramadol as it possibly fatal.
And my list can go on.
Secondly, Inoperable/ untreatable does not mean that the disease cannot be cured. As far as the medical profession is concerned there are certain tumors that cannot be operated on or cannot be treated. Most times it is due to the position of the tumor. It may be in the brain somewhere or on the spine. Just because its on the brain or spine does not mean that it cannot be shrunk down or completely be cured. There are treatments outside there that do work. Yes, I am aware that there are cases where there are aggressively growing tumors. Even in some of the those cases, it is possible to reach a stabilization point using conventional techniques whilst using an alternative to wean the person off the conventional medications.
Finally, Influence from the media and be patient. There are a lot of influence from the media which affects how you spend. Listen to the side effects that a conventional medication has to offer versus alternative herbal medication rewards. Be patient, it takes time for your body to heal but it can and does heal itself, given the right support mechanisms.
Cancer, High blood pressure, diabetes and some other diseases run in my family. My grandmom died from colon cancer but my mom beat breast cancer. Diseases can be beat, are being beat and you can beat yours
I am a young adult from the caribbean who has experienced the effects and have reaped the benefits of herbal alternative lifestyles.