pain killers

  1. [WARNING] This “everywhere drug” is KILLING diabetic patients

    There’s a drug that’s in nearly every American home, probably even yours.

    Millions take acetaminophen, with many turning to it every single day for quick relief of common pain conditions.

    Your friends have taken it. Your family members have taken it. And you’ve almost certainly taken it yourself.

    But if you have diabetes, this is one drug you want to kick right out of your home ASAP and turn to the safer options I’m about to share with you…

    Because according to an ALARMING new study, taking this med just might be the LAST THING you ever do!

    The SECRET RISK of a popular painkiller

    They don’t tell you about it when you’re first diagnosed with diabetes.

    But it becomes clear pretty quickly: The biggest challenge every day isn’t just in keeping your blood sugar levels down.

    It’s in keeping your pain under control!

    Living with diabetes often means living with an endless cycle of:

    · Foot pain
    · Leg pain
    · Nerve pain (neuropathy)
    · Headaches
    · Even pain when you pee!

    And that’s not even getting into all the normal aches and pains that come and go whether you have diabetes or not, from common back aches to minor injuries.

    So it’s pretty common for folks with diabetes to hit the painkillers often.

    But the NEW WARNING finds that taking acetaminophen when you have diabetes can lead directly to a stroke… and it’s not just a coincidental link…

    The researchers behind the new study believe the drug can actually be a “triggering factor!”

    The result?

    This drug can TRIPLE your risk of a stroke!

    The OLDER you are, the BIGGER the risk – so if you’re a senior with diabetes, you could be putting your life on the line every time you swallow one of those pain pills.

    Clearly, it’s time to find a new way to handle that pain.

    1. First, for quick relief, stick to proven non-drug options such as CBD oil and topical MSM. In addition, alpha lipoic acid, acetyl-L-carnitine and B12 can help protect nerves from the damage of neuropathy.

    2. And second, tackle the CAUSE of all that pain head on: Fight the diabetes itself. After all, much of that pain is caused by the damage of high blood sugar on your cells, especially nerve cells.

    I’ve developed a groundbreaking protocol that turns diabetes around by attacking the cause of the disease – and it’s NOT what you think.

    It’s not just your diet… but rather the toxins all around you, proven to cause the disease and then lead to worsening symptoms as it takes its toll on your body.

    Eliminate those toxins, and you can reverse nearly EVERY MAJOR SYMPTOM of diabetes – and you can do it in as little as a month!

    Learn more about my life-changing Diabetes Detox protocol right here.

  2. Opioid painkillers linked to low testosterone levels

    Painkillers linked to sex problems

    One day, you're battling back pain. The next, it's everything from memory loss to physical weakness to erection problems and low testosterone levels.

    "Well, that's it," you might think to yourself. "I guess I'm just falling apart!"

    I can't tell you how often I've heard that from my own patients, especially first-timers who've come to me after getting nowhere with a mainstream doctor. And if you've ever felt that way yourself, I have some good news for you today: You're not falling apart.

    In fact, the problem may not even be you at all.

    It's your meds -- because the painkillers given for chronic conditions such as back pain can lead to a downward spiral of poor health, and new research shows how it can even ruin your sex life.

    Men who take opioid painkillers such as hydrocodone and oxycodone have a 50 percent higher risk of both low testosterone levels and bedroom problems, according to the study of 11,327 men with back pain.

    It doesn't take long before those risks kick in, either -- just three months of normal use. And for the highest doses (120 mg of morphine-equivalent drugs per day or more), those risks kick in almost immediately, according to the study in the journal Spine.

    But low testosterone levels and bedroom problems are risks you don't have to face yourself.

    In many cases, opioid painkillers aren't even necessary in the first place. I find that nondrug treatments such as acupuncture, natural anti-inflammatories, and cold laser can often bring real and lasting pain relief.

    (Prescription meds such as opioid painkillers kill more Americans than illegal drugs. Shocked? Click here to learn more.)

    And in the rare cases where opioid drugs are needed, they should be restricted to the lowest dose for the shortest period to prevent low testosterone-- a stopgap measure to manage severe pain while you and your doctor work on finding and correcting the cause of your pain.

    Of course, even if you take no painkillers at all, you could still find yourself battling low testosterone levels and everything that comes along with it -- including erection problems, memory loss, and general weakness.

    So if you're on one of these drugs and you feel like you're falling apart (or worse) don't worry, a holistic physician can put you back together with a natural testosterone replacement regimen. And if you're in the Southern California area, I can help -- because I happen to run one of the most complete hormone testing and treatment programs around.

    Contact my clinic at 855-DOC-MARK for more information or to make an appointment.

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