Healthcare has always been a topic of hot debate. It seems that no matter what is going on in the world, nobody is happy with the state of medical care in the country they’re living in. If it’s free, they don’t like the long lines and wait times to see a doctor.
If it’s not free, they don’t like the fact that they’re paying so much money to wait in a room for an hour to be told they need to go home and take some benedryl. If they have good insurance, they’re not happy they have to pay a copay. If they have no insurance, they’re angry that they can’t afford to get medical care at all.
The answers aren’t easy to find. People have different opinions on what medical care should be like like on a national level. It’s true that everybody deserves the right to have medical care. Everybody should be able to afford it…but what does that look like?
Maybe the reason the medical care problem hasn’t found a universal solution is because nobody knows the answer to the problem. It’s a complex issue. Everybody needs something different. With this being said, everybody agrees that medical care should be less expensive…here are 2 ways it can become less expensive for you:
Be One Who Pioneers New Technologies
Much of the time, medical help is so expensive because the tools that are used to do the work are expensive and the hospitals need to cover the cost. If you want medical care to be cheaper for everybody, maybe you should be the one who pioneers new technologies that make it less expensive. That’s what people are doing around the world, but more of this needs to be happening. Change will happen with there are enough people behind the yoke to get the job done.
Improve Your Lifestyle
It’s presumptuous and terrible to say that your lifestyle is the reason that medical care is so expensive for you, but it is something you have to consider. Of course disease and health issues are never things people choose to deal with, but there is a lot that can be said for having a lifestyle that makes it so that you rarely have to go into the doctor.
Diet, exercise, avoiding things that tear down the body and create cancer, avoiding heavy metals, chemicals that create disease, and staying away from processed foods or things of the like are the very factors that decide how often you have to make trips into the ER or the doctor’s office. If you want healthcare to be cheaper for you, look at the source of the problem. It’s ultimately your body. Doctors want to help, but if you’re digging your own grave, you can’t be angry that the medical world isn’t stopping you from picking up the shovel.