Why not just use drugs?


Why not just use drugs?

Why use Resolution Magic for a condition or symptom when there is a perfectly good medication that makes it disappear?  The truth is, no condition ‘disappears’ with drugs.  Drugs simply limit the symptoms.  Prophylactic drugs (preventatives) reduce the number of attacks, they rarely stop attacks altogether. The side-effects of drugs can create new problems too.

Sometimes, people use Resolution Magic because they don’t want to rely on drugs, and other times it is because drugs have not worked.

However, whatever your condition, you don’t have to suffer unnecessarily; you can continue to take drugs until the magic begins.

Asthma drugs

You may believe that the only way to treat asthma is by drugs, and you may also believe that drugs control asthma completely.

Asthma drugs fall into two categories, one for immediate use when an attack is threatening, and a preventative taken every day to reduce the propensity for the asthma reaction.  Both of these drugs do work.  Patients have fewer attacks, and can ‘abort’ most of them.  But they still have the potential for the reaction.

You may believe that asthma patients are ‘safe’ as long as they take their drugs, but you would be mistaken.  The drugs control the condition, but asthma patients occasionally find they have some ‘uncontrolled’ attacks, because their drugs cannot anticipate a sudden reaction.  Asthma attacks are frightening, and they can be truly dangerous.

After using Resolution Magic, the reaction is reduced until it no longer happens.  Good news for asthma sufferers, and they can, and should, stay safe by carrying their medication until years after their symptoms have disappeared.

The side-effects of drugs

Pain is a terrible symptom, and there are many drugs that can help.
Aspirin is still one of the most effective drugs for clearing pain and inflammation.  It is very effective, but not without the risk of side effects.  Aspirin is in a class of drugs called non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, or NSAIDs for short.  Other drugs in this class include ibuprofen, diclofenac, ketoprofen, indomethacin and many more.

One problem with NSAIDs is that they interfere with the clotting properties of blood, and if an extremely rare major internal bleed occurs, it can cause death in just a few minutes.  The only signs may be dropping blood pressure and loss of consciousness.  For this reason, NSAIDs are prescribed with due caution.

There are many other classes of pain-killing drugs, like paracetamol and opioids.  Each pain-killer has its own potential side effects, listed in the patient information leaflet that is included with every medication in the U.K.

Many side-effects are uncomfortable, rather than dangerous, for instance, codeine and morphine cause constipation.

Sometimes, pain-relief doesn’t work

There are many drugs for pain, but for some unfortunate people, none of them work.  If you have successfully used pain-killers, you may find it difficult to imagine how even the strongest of opioid drugs can sometimes not work.

Carol’s plantar fasciitis was a searing pain in her heel that didn’t calm down at any time in the day.  She couldn’t sleep, she couldn’t work, and she couldn’t rest.  When she came to see me after three months of this torture, she had tried everything available from the hospital pain clinic, and nothing had helped to reduce the pain.

Another client, Tara, had unrelenting pain all down her back, and constant migraine.  The pain had begun after a successful operation to remove a benign tumour.  She tried everything that was available to her, but nothing worked.  Carol and Tara used Resolution Magic techniques and became completely pain-free.

Discuss your symptoms with your GP before beginning Resolution Magic