Sunday, July 19, 2015

The Mind and Body Are Equal

In life doctor visits are inevitable and a variety of things can happen that are out of your control that demands you to go see the doctor. Finding a doctor that truly listens to you and has your best interest at heart is a rarity. Many doctors follow the textbook procedure of diagnosing the problem and providing a temporary or permanent solution to said problem. However, misdiagnosis is very common and can be life threatening. Symptoms Of Unknown Origin A Medical Odyssey by Clifton K. Meador, M.D. conveys through a series of stories how important it is for medical personnel to truly listen to what their patients have to say.

The mind in the body work in mysterious ways. Thinking you are sick can make you sick and thinking positive can have a great impact on your wellbeing. Also an individual that is morbidly obese can be perfectly healthy on paper while a person who looks healthy can be riddled with a series of health problems. Many people may view the mind and body as two separate entities, but that is not true. The mind and body can work for the betterment each other or for its destruction. This is why it is important for doctors to listen to their patients

Dr. Clifton Meador tells vivid stories of a variety of patients he has met over his extensive career in the medical field that made him question medical practices as a whole & pushed him to learn more about unconventional methods of medicine. The stories you will read will demonstrate how the body can be the epicenter of the issue, how the mind can be the main cause of the problem, and how they both can simultaneously effect individuals. Your interest will be captivated with each story. You will feel that you are right there with him as he gives the rundown on his patients. The medically lingo is not overbearing and I really enjoy how medically terms that are not commonly know are explained in layman terms.
I would highly recommend reading Symptoms Of Unknown Origin A Medical Odyssey. This book is well written and will keep your interest even if you do not have an ounce of interest in the medical field.

I received this product free to review but my opinions are my own. 

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