Lincsbear saidI think the preventative value of a healthy lifestyle is much underrated.
It is also virtually ignored when it comes down to it, by traditional medical doctors, but not all. Many people talk about preventative medicine but it is more talk than walk, or it isn't preventative at all. It's more drugs, and only after you have the disease.
I believe there is a role for both natural and some "medical" solutions. I forgot the name of it, but I had a serious infection within hours from a simple hang nail on my finger. The finger by the nail was just was a little red and warm, really not different than anything lots of us have experience once in a while. Then a discolored vein showed under my skin by my hand and hourly and consistently extended up my arm, so I went to the emergency room. They immediately put me on an inter venous antibiotic, saying the line was leading toward the brain. They caught it to prevent this. They said that if it reached the brain, I would have gone into a coma, if remember, not sure if they said i could have died. I'm grateful to say the least.
On the other hand, I have been terribly abused by medications prescribed by the medical community, particularly antidepressants and those which affect mood (the most commonly prescribed medications).
I am working with someone through nutrition and supplements on similar matters and low testosterone. I look forward to find out what I can accomplish with it. Just started.