Allopathic Medicine: Part 13 - Adverse Events Require Medical Intervention

by Jason J. Duke - Owner/Artisan

Fresh Content: August 24, 2022 00:13

Avoid An Adverse Event 

An adverse event is an undesirable experience that may be associated with hydration or the lack thereof, eating or the lack thereof, taking supplements or the lack thereof, and physical, emotional, and/or mental activity or the lack thereof, and any experiences of medical treatment that is in error which causes the person to suffer unnecessarily and require a medical intervention.

Drugs do not cause someone to have adverse events, since drugs inherently have the risk of side effects.

How to Avoid Adverse Events

In general, to avoid adverse events, one is best staying hydrated, eating at least three complete meals a day, taking the recommended serving of a supplement or a fractional dosage, maintaining physical, emotional, and mental health and well-being, and talking to a healthcare practitioner about any concerns with their health and any prescribed medical treatments and drugs when necessary.

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