Why Drugs Can’t Heal Your Lower Back Pain

If you are suffering from lower back pain, understanding why drugs can’t heal your lower back pain can be very vital to your complete recovery and overall health.

Within the restricted practice of allopathy (MDs) the only real medicines are physician prescribed pharmaceuticals. Such medicines always do have negative side effects. All of them. No exceptions.

Furthermore, the philosophy of medical doctors today primarily focuses on the symptoms of an illness rather than the underlying cause. As a result, MDs only treat your condition (your lower back pain) using drugs.

Drugs only “mask” the symptoms of your lower back pain, plus you run the risk of developing the many side effects.  So now, not only do you have the problem of your lower back pain, you also have the problems of the many other symptoms that the side effects of those drugs are causing.

“Every drug increases and complicates the patients condition.” Robert Henderson, M.D.

According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control, more than 100,000 Americans die every year from properly prescribed, properly taken prescriptions. In this country, more people die from doctor’s prescriptions every ten days than were killed in the 9/11 terrorist attacks.

As you can see, all this just becomes a vicious circle and you still do not find the relief you are seeking for your lower back pain. 

So What Will Relieve Your Lower Back Pain? 

There are effective exercises and lifestyle changes that can easily reduce your lower back pain 

There are dietary changes that can reduce swelling and inflammation associated with your lower back pain

There are strategies of tapping into your body’s own healing powers to relieve your lower back pain  

There are topical applications that go to the root of the problem instead of just “masking” the symptoms of your lower back pain 

There are 100% natural formulas that can easily relieve your lower back pain in just 5 easy minutes a day

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