Essay On Medication

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Dealing with doctors on a daily basis can be different then dealing with them on occasion. As a young trusting patient that rarely visits the doctor the experience can feel slow paced, friendly, and simple while waiting in a quiet room. The view from the other end as a pharmacy technician the experience can be completely opposite, the fast pace environment that these doctor are in prescribing these medication is something that is done in the blink of an eye. Working for an insurance company it becomes evident that the doctors are not always prescribing the best medication that they can, in fact many cases are these doctors are choosing what every medication is covered or what every medication they are willing to test out. These treatment…show more content…
These adverse reactions are something that may never be fully understood in the years that patients continue to take these medications. While medications may always have a certain amount of limited testing fruits, vegetables, and all the foods that come along with a proper diet have been tested for thousands of years. These health benefits as well as proper exercise are something in a fast-food nation that are often over looked and underappreciated. These benefits are something that go beyond just treatment of diseases to point of prevention of the treatments and use of medication in a multitude of cases. This could not only prevent the needs for expensive medication for miserable diseases like depression, schizophrenia, anxiety, and even cancer, but this would also improve the longevity of patients. A simple example of is compound naturally available in vegetables and food is called Sulforaphane. This natural compound is found in many different cruciferous vegetables such as broccoli, brussel sprouts, broccoli sprouts, cauliflower, collard green, even wasabi, and the list goes on. The most potent source of these examples is broccoli sprouts.” Increasing evidence suggests that depression is accompanied by dysregulation of neuroimmune system. Sulforaphane (SFN) is a natural compound with antioxidative, anti-inflammatory and neuroprotective activities” (Wu 2016). When comparing these effects from Sulforapane (SFN) to frequently used medications

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