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How orthodox drugs contrast with alternative medicine

introduction

Orthodox drugs are dominated by providers with a narrow range of choices; Conversely, alternative medicine is a market that offers a wide range of broad and developing choices. But the difference between alternatives and orthodox drugs is quite clear; Orthodox drugs are based on scientific studies of the disease process (or work towards this goal), while alternative medical systems have a non-scientific approach based on spiritual, mystical, or intuitive insight. But many orthodox drugs are not evidence based.

Orthodox medicine.

Orthodox drugs try to repair or repair, and do not support. Orthodox medical practitioners do invaluable work in their fields of expertise, as well as holistic practitioners. Orthodox medicine is well organized, funded very well, and has total control over news media because of the large number of advertising dollars spent by the pharmaceutical industry aka “Big Pharma”.

Orthodox drugs are providers – dominated by various choices; Conversely, alternative medicine is a market that offers a wide range of broad and developing choices. Orthodox medicine resembles a diet that is very limited but nutritious-balanced; Alternative therapy such as endless Pick-and-Mix Therapy from which consumers choose what they want, taste it, then decide whether to eat more or try something else. Orthodox drugs have evolved from the principles of its establishment into the current model, based on disease treatment. Orthodox medicine treats the body (people) in isolated and believing parts have the strength and knowledge to improve the default (natural) system by disrupting normal homeostasis (whole body balance) using strong man-made chemicals. Orthodox drugs have never been a model about health.

Alternative medicine

Alternative medicine, on the other hand, is very badly organized, both poorly funded, intermittent, and is greatly persecuted by orthodox drugs. Alternative practitioners can learn homeopathy, herbalism, kinesiology, electrodiagnosis, chiropractic, osteopathy, aromatherapy, reflexology, body work, iridology, cymatics, gem therapy, electro-magnettherapy, color therapy, nutritional therapy, naturopathy, counseling etc. Alternative medicine is very suitable with some of the dominant attributes of modern society because it is characterized by a sustainable generation of choice and depends on mass media for information dissemination.

Conclusion

Because the goal of orthodox treatment is only to eliminate the symptoms of the disease rather than achieving optimal health conditions, the removal of symptoms is to end with the original than how to identify and improve the cause of the underlying disease. The direction in which orthodox drugs developed very clearly. First, if orthodox drugs begin to accept responsibility for the treatment of lifestyle diseases, it must stop the interventionist approach and utilize the traditional approach and supporters of holistic drugs.

While Orthodox drugs are clearly superior to holistic drugs for the treatment of serious trauma and acute disease or life-threatening, holistic medicine, with their fundamental support and ability to embrace the importance of nutrients, far more effective in promoting healing and preventing further diseases in the future. In this field, especially where accurate diagnosis and high levels of cooperation between alternative medicine and orthodox drugs are very desirable.

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