My Emergency Room Visit NIGHTMARE

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So the other day my wife and I rushed our youngest daughter to the emergency room because she was suffering from an increasingly stiff painful neck.

Normally we handle all of our health care needs ourselves and seldom go to the doctor… but her symptoms were severe and unusual… and we were concerned it was meningitis, a disease out of my realm that I definitely wanted them to check for.

Well, the emergency room experience was PATHETIC to say the least!

It served as a personal reminder why I’m dedicated to exposing the myths and lies that people are fed by our “conventional health care” system… and providing real insights and solutions (like the surprising new neck pain study you can read about here).

To make a long nightmare short, the doctors and nurses there were CLUELESS.

emergency room nightmare

Tylenol and an Ice Pop? REALLY?

After a painful process of getting them to finally determine it wasn’t meningitis, after guiding them through other possibilities, their “solution” was…

Tylenol… plus an ice pop full of artificial colors and flavors!

That’s right, and it gets WORSE … because my daughter was experiencing muscle spasms, I know magnesium can help so I suggested that instead.

And they said … “Well, magnesium could be dangerous.”

Now, if you’ve seen the data on #4 of The 5 Most Dangerous Pain Medications, you know how ironic and DISGUSTING that response is.

It says everything about how misguided the conventional health care industry is… if anything is dangerous, it’s the Tylenol and not magnesium!

The good news is that after just a few hours of using magnesium oil and Rub on Relief, the spasm started to relax…

Then I had her do some of the stretches that we teach in the Lose the Neck Pain system, and the within two days she was back to 100%.

And what’s really interesting is that yesterday I also came across a new research study that BLOWS AWAY the myth that conventional medicine is better for neck pain than “alternative” treatments.

If you have neck pain, you definitely should read about this research and the new solution with a 93% success rate…

But even if you don’t have neck pain, read about the study to stay reminded just how IMPORTANT it is to take control of your own health…

See the Surprising New Neck Pain Study Here <—

 

And please feel free to leave a comment about my pathetic hospital experience or share your own below!

 

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  1. Phyllis Martino says

    I have been taking Heal and Soothe for about a month. I wasn’t noticing any difference so I began to take 5 capsules instead of 3. I’m wondering if I’m not taking it correctly by taking all 5 at the same time. Should they be spread out througout the day? How many per day is too many? Should I be increasing the dosage again? I’m looking to be a voice for your product as soon as I am completely well.
    Thank you.

  2. Support says

    Phyllis, the Dosing for Heal n Soothe is 3 capsules one to 3 times per day, that is a max does of 9 per day, My best suggestion is 6 at night before bed and 3 in the early AM, that is the most you will ever have to take…

    Steve

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