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On to toxins in medications, alcohol and smoking. For obvious reasons, you know you should limit ingesting each one of these. We all know that smoking is harmful to your health and the result can be death. Alcohol is the same as it destroys the liver with drinking abundantly. However, medication is not viewed the same way.

People pop pills daily. From headaches to colds to allergies, to PMS to viruses and the list goes on and on. The amount of pills we take from over-the-counter to prescription has grown tremendously over the past 50 years. We are in the era of the Pill Poppin’ Culture. We pop pills for anxiety, depression, weight loss, mood swings, and ED. Zanex and Prozac have become a common household name. Add in the Pharming Parties where teenagers raid their parent’s homes for any prescriptions they can find and then take them to a party to be dumped into a bowl and randomly drawn by attendees for a night of the unexpected. Then consider all of the over-the-counter medications we purchase. From aspirin to pseudoephed to claritin. Now, I understand to a point why you would take over-the-counter and prescription medications, but it has gotten out of hand how much we take on a daily, weekly, and monthly basis.

I had a friend once ask me, “Why would you take aspirin for a headache? Did you take something toxic to warrant counteracting it with such a pill?” I thought about that for a long time. Why would I take a pill to get rid of a headache that was caused by self-induced stress or dehydration? His statement made so much sense. I was adding toxins to myself to control something that I was responsible for. So, I stopped. That was two years ago and I haven’t taken one over-the-counter pill since. I found ways of dealing with stress better and pushing on pressure points in my neck, shoulders, and face to eliminate the tension. I have been able to stop a potential migraine from forming by doing the same along with drinking plenty of water. Water can stop about 80% of my headaches. A lot of times we are not drinking enough water and become dehydrated. Dehydration leads to headaches. Headaches can lead to migraines and thus keeping up on your daily water intake can eliminate headaches from the get-go.

So, why are medications toxic? Well, this information is not exactly easy to find. The drug companies are too large to allow much information to be out there. I found a recent study showing that women who had taken antibiotics had a higher risk of having breast cancer ( The study did not say it caused it but there is an association between the two. Then there are the obvious reasons why you shouldn’t just take for granted what you take. Pills can contain fillers, additives, and gluten. Our bodies are sensitive to anything that isn’t naturally intended for us to take. There is a list of problems that can occur by taking medications that don’t agree with your body. Some of these are esophagus irritation, esophagus reflux, stomach irritation, intestine constipation, diarreah, liver damage and more ( How many times have we heard of someone taking too many aspirin and getting an ulcer from it? Quite a few. How about the recent celebrity deaths of Heath Ledger and Michael Jackson. Both of them are prime examples of what occurs when we take for granted the prescriptions we are handed. Both have been ruled accidental. Isn’t it apparent that we shouldn’t ingest things that aren’t natural, let alone mix them with other non-natural pills? Isn’t this common sense?

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