No matter what you do in choosing a cancer treatment, it would help if you started treating yourself at home today. This, of course, holds for any disease you might face.
In terms of cancer patients, even if you plan on going away to the best clinic in the world, as you prepare for your trip, you need to start taking care of yourself and continue when you get home. Failure to understand this could mean the difference between life and death.
Also everyone has the creeping feeling that there will be tough times ahead and it will not be so easy to travel and spend fortunes in clinics. So investing in-home care is the best bet.
The concept of home intensive care and the freedom to pursue safe and effective alternative treatments is essential. Dr. Cynthia J. Koelker says, “The layman can acquire many skills once considered the purview of health professionals alone. Thus, the first step in acquiring these skills is believing that you can do so.”
Dr. David Brownstein says, “Conventional medicine is beyond frustrating. It is broken and in urgent need of repair. You cannot depend on anyone but yourself when making medical decisions. It is better to become an educated patient rather than solely relying on the health care provider.”
There are plenty of reasons to set up a home treatment center and stock the medicines you need to treat cancer and other diseases. And when we look into the future and see how economies can collapse, as we have seen in Greece and Venezuela, medical drugs and services can become impossible. Things are delicate in the world, so it is intelligent to prepare for the worst.
Every good home pharmacy starts in the kitchen, and it is not a joke the thousand-year-old teaching about letting your food be your medicine. My work is about concentrating foods to the point where they become medicine.
Treating At Home
Hospitals today are discharging people faster than ever before, giving patients and their families the responsibility to continue treatments independently. This is partly due to the high risk of infections and cost and insurance issues. Unfortunately, the medical system often gives up on a patient, which could be a blessing if that patient chose more effective and safer natural treatments.
Dr. Cynthia J. Koelker asks, “If society collapses and you’re on your own, what medical skills seem the most essential? The answer likely depends on your age, health status, and stage in life. For those in childbearing years, midwifery skills may be paramount. For those advanced in age, diagnosis and treatment of chronic disease become primary. For the otherwise young and healthy, treatment of injuries and infection tops the list.”
“Our current compartmentalized society has deemed that doctors should perform these tasks, though turf wars abound over what nurses, physician assistants, pharmacists, paramedics, and others should legally be permitted to do. Recent decades have also seen the trend toward home care for IV therapy, nebulizer treatments, dialysis, and much more. The take-home lesson is this: The layman can acquire many skills once considered the purview of health professionals alone. Thus, the first step in acquiring these skills is believing that you can do so,” continued Dr. Koelker.