Module 1 Take Control of Your Health instead of Resigning to Fate
Now many people get sick due to lack of health concepts and knowledge, and they go to the hospital to see a doctor when they get sick.
The doctor first asks the patient to do examinations, such as blood routine, urine routine, X-ray, etc. After completing various examinations, if all the examination indicators are normal, the doctor will prescribe some medicine and follow-up observation is enough.
If some indicators are abnormal, some more detailed examinations may be processed, such as tumor biomarker tests, magnetic resonance imaging, biopsy, etc., to help diagnose.
If the diagnosis is a drug or surgical controllable disease, such as acute appendicitis, intestinal obstruction, etc., after medical or surgical treatment, he will be cured and discharged.
If the diagnosis is a disease that cannot be controlled by medicine or surgery (although the doctors in the hospital believe that medicine or surgery can be controlled), such as high blood pressure, high blood fat (hyperlipidemia), heart disease (angina and myocardial infarction), stroke, diabetes, asthma, cancer etc. Then the doctors use drugs or surgery for symptomatic treatment, such as taking antihypertensive drugs, blood lipid lowering drugs, thrombolytic therapy, putting stents on the heart of patients with myocardial infarction, taking aspirin, taking hypoglycemic drugs, injecting insulin, taking anti-allergic drugs, tumor removal surgery, even chemotherapy and so on.
Some symptoms and indicators were temporarily controlled. For example, the blood pressure is not high, the chest tightness disappears, the blood sugar is normal, and so on.
However, once stop taking the drugs, these symptoms and indicators rebound and become even worse than before.
For example, a patient who underwent cardiac stent interventional surgery was discharged, two years later, his chest tightness and chest pain recurred, which was more severe than the first attack. So he went to the hospital for surgery and put a second stent.
For another example, once a hypertensive patient stops taking the drug, the blood pressure rebounds, which is higher than the previous level before taking the drug.
Once the patients with hyperlipidemia stop the drugs, the blood lipid will rebound, which is higher than the previous level before taking the drug.
Once diabetic patients stop injecting insulin, their blood sugar rebounds and is higher than the previous level without insulin shot.
Then the doctors and experts tell you it’s a lifelong disease. It means that you have to take antihypertensive drugs for life, blood lipid-lowering drugs for life, and insulin injection for life.
It’s scary to think about having insulin shot for a lifetime.
Patients themselves do not understand medicine and have no professional knowledge to guide themselves, so they have to listen to doctors. In effect, this is resigning to fate, and the patient has lost all confidence in his own health.
As a result, some hypertensive patients still have cerebral hemorrhage while taking antihypertensive drugs, which is life-threatening!
Some diabetic patients still have many complications while having insulin shot, and finally die of complications!
The poorest are heart patients.
A myocardial infarction patient asked his doctor after first operation with a stent: “Can my disease be cured?”
The answer of the doctor was: “Yes, as long as you cooperate with the treatment.”
After the patient was discharged from the hospital, he insisted on taking the medicine prescribed by the doctor, and after two or three years, he had a heart attack again.
The patient went to the hospital again, and the doctor’s treatment plan was to have a second operation.
After the second operation and two stents, the patient asked his doctor again: “Can my disease be cured?”
The answer of the doctor is: “It’s a little hard to say.”
As a result, the patient lived in worry and fear every day, resigned to his fate.
Two or three years later, he had another heart attack and was sent to the hospital again. He had to do a third operation to put a third stent.
After the third operation and three stents, the patient asked his doctor: “Can my disease be cured?”
The answer of the doctor is: “It’s really hard to say.”
The patient asked the doctor with doubts: “How did I get my heart disease?”
The answer of the doctor is: “There are many reasons, such as genetics.”
After the patient was discharged from the hospital, he insisted on taking the medicine and resigned himself to his fate. As a result, the acute myocardial infarction recurred a year or two later.
The rescue was unsuccessful, and the patient died with pain and doubt on his face.
This is the result of ignorance about health.
This is the result of resigning to fate. As shown below:
Is there a relationship between heart disease and genetics?
Let me tell you a secret, in fact, heart disease is not related to genetics. Myocardial infarction is caused by coronary artery thrombosis. The causes of thrombosis will be explained in detail in Module 24.
There is another issue that deserves more reflection, which is:
Why are today’s hospitals equipped with the most advanced medical devices are helpless against chronic diseases (such as heart disease, hypertension, diabetes, etc.)? I will explain this topic in detail in Module 10.
Now, what you need to do is take some time to carefully read this book.
If you currently suffer from chronic diseases, such as heart disease, hypertension, hyperlipidemia, diabetes, asthma, allergic disease, stomach disease, etc., this book is really your gospel!
If you are currently very healthy, in order to maintain your health and prevent the aforementioned chronic diseases from happening to yourself in the future, this book is also invaluable!
In summary, the purpose of this book is to:
Take control of your own health, don’t let fate take its course!
This book will save you tons of money on medical care, even save your life!
Health is your priority!
To your health!
Health Revolution Team