Making Up Diseases!

Written By: Li Cross - Jul• 27•15

ladies-room1Are they “Making up Diseases” just to make more money?? In my opinion, YES!


Over-Active Bladder Syndrome. (When you drink both coffee and tea in the same day, you may have to go to the bathroom more than once.) You now have Over-Active Bladder Syndrome and need a Drug to stop the frequent urges to urinate. The drug causes constipation, liver and kidney damage, high blood pressure and urinary tract infections! The alternative to taking this drug is to simply urinate. However, if you are not in a place to quickly empty your bladder – just wear bladder control panties (Depends, Always, Poise) and let it go. Are you kidding me?

I know that are some cases where these panties are necessary, but 1 in 3 women are now told they need them! I know some women sneeze and they leak. I know some women have problems down there, but seriously, one in three?

Acne – This one always amazes me by how far they will go. There are now New Drugs to help with acne. Onexton is one of them– One of the precautions is that it may cause bloody stools, colitis and death! It causes skin rash, blurred vision and upset stomach.

Acne is normal. Our bodies are changing and hormones are racing all through our teens. Teens eat junk food and drink soda pop, monster drinks and such. Washing your face and hands frequently helps a lot. Eating less junk food and carbonated/sugary beverages helps a lot too.

I knew several teenage friends who went to their dermatologist for acne. Those friends turned 20 with pits in their faces and scars from the removal of acne. Much of my own acne came from junk food and touching my face with my hands. When the neighbor lady told me to quit touching my face and wash my hands, my acne cleared up!

I know, there are people with chronic acne who have tried everything and can’t seem to clear up their skin. My suggestion is to keep a food log and see if the problem lies in diet alone. (Some foods cause hormones to go ballistic and others calm the hormones.) Make new habits to wash hands and face frequently. Or you can go to a Dermatologist and spend hundreds of dollars to end up with a pitted rutty face. All of us have those friends with nice smooth skin. Is it luck or is it choices they made. My friends with the smooth skin don’t eat junk food or drink sugary beverages. There could be some truth to this after all.

This is my own personal opinion and not meant to be medical advice in any way.





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