[MUST-READ] 3-step plan to SURVIVE your hospital stay

How ironic...

You go into a hospital to get BETTER.

Instead, you get SICKER!

Unsterilized surfaces, infections, and worst of all, botched care that could’ve been prevented...

There are so many dangers lurking around every corner that can outright KILL you.

And a stunning new report reveals one of these risks is not getting better.

No, it’s getting a whole lot WORSE.

That’s why I want to make sure you’re armed with a SURVIVAL GUIDE next time you have to seek treatment in a hospital.

I’ll give you the three steps that’ll protect your health BEFORE, DURING, and AFTER your visit.

First, let’s take a look at how bad this problem really is (you’ll be stunned)...

The BIGGEST risk in the hospital

Did you know that botched medical care is one of the BIGGEST risks you’ll face when you go to the hospital?

That’s still the case, even though two decades ago, a groundbreaking report blew the lid off the industry by exposing the devasting toll of medical mistakes.

Every year, up to 98,000 Americans DIE in hospitals because of those MISTAKES.

It was SUPPOSED to be a big wakeup call...

It was SUPPOSED to change medicine for the better...

It was SUPPOSED to lead to major improvements in working conditions to prevent the burnout that often leads to mistakes...

But a new report reveals that hasn’t happened at all

A survey of nurses finds conditions have improved in just one out of every five hospitals!

Most have stayed the same, and 7 percent have actually gotten worse.

That means patients are facing as much risk as ever.

But I’m going to show you a way to SLASH your risk…

3-step plan for hospital survival

BEFORE your stay: If you know you’re going in for a procedure… or if you know you’ve got the health risks that could lead to hospitalization… make sure your immune tank is topped off.

That means proper levels of vitamins C and E, as well as the minerals zinc and selenium (don’t overdo it with the last two; just make sure you get the right levels).

DURING your stay: This is the most dangerous part of the journey, especially since you may not be conscious. Talk to your loved ones TODAY… while you’re home and healthy… about the risks and make sure someone is there to keep watch when you can’t.

What do you look for? EVERYTHING!

Ask about EVERY drug and dose; wrong meds are exceedingly common. Watch for signs of drug reactions, delirium and infection – including stomach “bugs,” cellulitis and more – as you might be able to spot them faster than the harried nurses doing their two-minute checks.

AFTER your stay: Once you’re back home, boost your immune nutrients again and add a probiotic, especially if you were given antibiotics.

If you have a problem – especially signs of infection – don’t delay. Fast action is critical.

The catch here is that many hospitals are penalized when patients return due to errors and infections, so some will practically beg you to stay home or see your own doctor.

Don’t let them set the rules. If something feels like it’s not quite right, GET HELP even if it means a return trip to the hospital.