The doctors from almost all over the world have long ago warned against the growing drug consumption especially in the western world where everything has exploded with increasing speed from OTC to prescription drugs.
Generally speaking, any form of medication has side effects and a large part affects the man’s personality and the physical damage it may cause. A hectic and maybe hard work can cause pain to both the physical and mental health and the general attitude have been changed to “What-to-anywhere, providing pain must be neutralized immediately.”
If there is emotional pain, it is quite easy to get drugs that can eliminate the symptoms but not the cause of the pain. Unfortunately, it has become a habit that many people do not have the time or inclination to find the causes and will slowly begin the journey to wrap themselves in a vicious circle and not very far to abuse the hell. In the long term this can lead to everything in the form of even greater mental disorders and the body’s natural signals are quietly tucked away in the fog – the soul – which is now crying out for help without being heard.
Intoxicants have been a part of everyday life for many years and if we look back at the time when the first strains unveiled on Earth’s surface, they found quite fast the plants in the wild that could relieve pain.
We are all born with the same senses that include anxiety, fear and an amazing ability to detect pain. It should be regarded as one of the great gifts that are worth more than the overall IT development’s ability to detect the human’s internal organs and the brain’s composition. If we have drugs in the body, it neutralizes some of the functions of the senses like a domino effect, that can take other important senses in the same game, but naturally we can easily live on as if everything is ok – just like a robot built up of nuts and wires.
I am not against medication – but a moment’s picture of some of the world’s leaders and decision makers may well result in some goose bumps when it is obvious that they are affected by either drugs or alcohol – maybe a cocktail of everything. .….And of course it is not just these leaders, but a big part of the population, who on a daily basis must have a grant of doping drugs to cope with a weekday and escape from reality’s world.
We talk a lot about quality of life, but often there are many people in moment´s pain for a detour to this goal via healing, religion, spiritual acts and miracle-mongers who offer everything from a new life without pain for a life in paradise. ….. But still under the influence of drugs. The range of offers and perhaps a vain search for the ultimate in body, soul and mind’s well being is great and just as confusing as the supermarket’s bulging offer on all shelves.
The final result may be a question of who is who, and when I need to communicate with a person I can hear and especially see doped via the eye’s pupils – I might as well consider that person as a robot and the conversation becomes usually abbreviated to wind and weather conditions. A robot might be a better yield in such a dialogue!
The vicious circle, however, will continue – Doctors Vow is as it says – “You should always try to soothe and heal people’s pain”,,,,,, And there is good advice to do this through pharmaceutical manufacturers’ super offer that will cure any pain in a few seconds.
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