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What is the best approach to healthcare?

Burton Danet
Psychology

The safest approach to healthcare, first of all, is to take care of what is needed the most. If there is an urgent need of any kind, depending on how urgent, you would visit your doctor or health care practitioner or if not possible, then the nearest Urgent Care Center or Emergency Room at the nearest hospital. If urgent medical intervention is required, that is the first priority.

When the needs are not urgent, then the question can thought about in terms of living in a way that establishes what is known as "hemostasis" or BALANCE. The book, "In Balance for Life" by Alex Guerrero offers easily understood information that will guide readers to reaching higher levels of health. Once you have read this type of information, you can then read about reaching even higher levels of health heights. Based on information available to us today, there are advanced technologies available which can help anyone achieve better health regardless of the health challenge if there is one. Even high performance athletes, babies in utero, pregnant mothers, newborns, centenarians and all in between can achieve better health if that is their interest and goal. Thus it is now becoming possible to extend life spans in ways have not been available before. If you do achieve better health then it would be time to celebrate with a toast - Water Only Please!!

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