Response by us all to the same medication is different.Why?[menstruation,physical injury emotional state,exercise and diet are a few things that influence]Its why we have good days and bad.
Hans Selye noted this in the 1930’s he called it stress in its various forms. The body has response mechanisms more subtle than the drama of ‘fight or flight’ or ‘shock’.He called these responses
GAS or GENERAL ADAPTATION SYNDROME
The proof of that is ourselves 80% of our dopamine cells are dead or not functioning before the symptoms challenge our lives.Should we have noticed,did we ignore something and as a consequence did our bodies shut down dopamine or minimise production because they ran out of options.
Have we become dependent on medicine do we expect it to fix us.
We get a prescription a set amount at a set time,regulated automated prescribing. Whose listening to your body,can you take less should you take more? Your in charge 24/7.
Alternatives to medication are frequently shared or promoted they usually involve ingesting something or participation in an activity .
The value of these options in addition to any real benefits is choice and freedom. and the resultant by product, perhaps,that they motivate us to do something positive for ourselves. Something empowering beyond regulation and that’s what attracts.Is this the paradox effect,the placebo in action.
How many people are satisfied with there there medication regime.Are you ? YES or NO