The Theory Of Life Saving Drugs

It goes without saying that the invention of life saving drugs has brought a noteworthy change in the living standards of the people in the current era. It was just a hundred years ago when 3 out of 7 children would die in their early age just because appropriate medicines were not present to treat their ailments. But here we are now, right in the twenty first century where children and adults are more secure and healthy because sufficient amount of medicines and life saving drugs are present all around.
However, it is important to note that though these drugs are life savings, these drugs still need to be administrated and recommended with the advice of a medical practitioner. The reason is the biochemical nature of these drugs which may take reverse route if not taken in the appropriate condition and in adequate dose. Consider the case of antibiotics which are meant to work against those living microorganisms inside your body which are creating some sort of disease in you. Now, if these drugs are taken at the wrong time or in an excess, they may result in catastrophic result. How? You see, there are certain types of microorganisms in your body which occur naturally in your body and serve many useful purposes. Due to excessive dosage of antibiotics, these useful microorganisms get killed and resultantly, you feel weaker and abnormal. Similarly, there are many life saving drugs which may even claim the life of the patients if improperly administrated. Therefore, it would be something highly recommended that the use of life saving drug should be only done after taking prescription from an expert medical expert. Make sure that you do not even take a minor dose of medicine without seeking guidance from your doctor regarding your diseases. Value your life!

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