Here’s what these commonly prescribed meds are REALLY doing to men (doctors won’t tell you this)…
Warning: Secret plan hatched by the Deep State and giant pharmaceutical corporations to jack up prices on these common supplements by 200% or more…
A network of Capitol Hill insiders just contacted me and passed on a warning…
There’s a terrible event on the horizon, a secret plot hatched by a shady shadow organization in Washington…
They’ve got a plan to make supplement prices skyrocket while increasing their own profits tenfold.
They HATE how men are avoiding Big Pharma by using cheap supplements – and they are aiming to do something about it.
And this will quickly bankrupt any American on a fixed income. Especially seniors and retirees.
Are You Taking Any of These Dangerous Treatments?
You might have picked up on my disdain for Big Pharma if you’ve read any of my other stuff.
The giant pharmaceutical companies LOVE to get people taking daily, long-term meds.
And, though this is sometimes necessary, it’s often a recipe for real problems – because these treatments have really bad side effects.
Even though I spend tons of time researching this stuff from reputable medical journals and scientific research, I’m not a doctor. I can’t give you medical advice.
So, if you want to go off your long-term, daily Big Pharma treatments, make sure you talk to your doctor for the most appropriate course of action.
As I mentioned earlier, most medications come with a long list of negative side effects.
And it’s important to understand the side effects of any medicine you take – because the doctors don’t always know about those side effects.
Statins poison the body’s steroid hormone system and create ED.
Blood pressure medications often interfere with the blood flow needed for erections.
For instance, one of my wife’s friends suffered debilitating migraines for years.
When she asked her doctors if the treatments she was on was causing them, they said no.
But as soon as she went off the treatment, she had an 80% reduction in the migraines. Crazy.
In this study (below), the researchers identified nearly a third of treatments that patients take on a regular basis as causing an increased risk for depression and suicidal thoughts.
Doctors don’t always KNOW the risks of the meds they are prescribing.
When was the last time a doctor told you about one of these risks?
Most people would answer, “never” or “rarely.”
It’s not really the doctor’s fault though.
There are so many treatments on the market, it would be impossible to know the side effects of every single one of them and the interactions between all of them.
Add that reality to the fact that most people expect a prescription when they go to the doctor, and you have a recipe for a lot of overprescribing.
76% of physician office visits include getting a script for Big Pharma meds.
One third of patients may be taking treatments that increase the risk of depression and suicide.
If you’re taking prescription medications, you have one of three chances that taking that medicine can make symptoms of depression or suicidal ideations worse – or even cause those symptoms in the first place.
“A new study from University of Illinois at Chicago researchers suggests that more than one-third of U.S. adults may be using prescription medications that have the potential to cause depression or increase the risk of suicide.”
And, because these medications are not used for depression, both doctors and patients are usually unaware of this risk.
“These medications are common and often have nothing to do with depression – patients and health-care providers may be unaware of the risk.”
These treatments are used all the time, and that’s what makes them so dangerous for people…
You could be taking a treatment with a serious side effect and not even know it.
“More than 200 commonly used prescription drugs – including hormonal birth control medications, blood pressure and heart medications, proton pump inhibitors, antacids and painkillers – have depression or suicide listed as potential side effects.”
And if you take more than one of these treatments – a practice known as polypharmacy – your risk level goes up by quite a lot.
“The study is the first to demonstrate that these drugs were often used concurrently – and that concurrent use, called polypharmacy, was associated with a greater likelihood of experiencing depression.”
When you’re taking two of these medicines together, your risk factor almost doubles…
And when you’re taking three of them together, it triples.
“Approximately 15% of adults who simultaneously used three or more of these medications experienced depression while taking the drugs, compared with just 5% for those not using any of the drugs, 7% for those using one medication and 9% for those taking two drugs simultaneously.”
And this is a problem, because polypharmacy is incredibly common…
With 23.1% of patients taking three or more prescription treatments at the same time!
Take charge of your health…
The big takeaway here is to make sure that you’re asking questions about any treatments your doctor wants to put you on.
Make sure you read the labels.
And don’t think that just because a side effect happens rarely it can’t happen to you.
You get the best results from doctor visits if you go in with a bit of skepticism.
Warning: Are you taking any of these dangerous blood pressure treatments?
Doctors aren’t warning men about these deadly blood pressure treatments…
The only time you hear about it is when Big Pharma is forced to issue a recall, like this one:
But in the meantime, more and more men are being put on these dangerous blood pressure treatments and suffering terrible erectile dysfunction, or worse…
- Therapeutic Drug Use https://www.cdc.gov/nchs/fastats/drug-use-therapeutic.htm
- Prevalence of Prescription Medications With Depression as a Potential Adverse Effect Among Adults in the United States https://jamanetwork.com/journals/jama/article-abstract/2684607
- One-third of US adults may unknowingly use medications that can cause depression – Polypharmacy on the rise https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2018/06/180612185204.htm
- Medicines and side effects https://www.betterhealth.vic.gov.au/health/conditionsandtreatments/medicines-and-side-effects
- To Tell the Truth, the Whole Truth, May Do Patients Harm: The Problem of the Nocebo Effect for Informed Consent https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3352765/