The idea of getting medications for pain is a common one.
But the idea of being put on medication, or being prescribed a medication, is not necessarily the most common way to deal with a problem.
Some people who have had a stroke or other medical condition go through a life of having to deal exclusively with medication.
But other people, like the millions of people who take pain medication regularly, have the option of taking more natural approaches.
What if you have an autoimmune disease?
What if your immune system doesn’t like certain medications?
What if you’re in the early stages of treatment?
Some people have a combination of pain, arthritis, and other conditions that prevent them from feeling pain, and so they can’t easily take prescribed medications for that pain.
The pain medication that’s normally prescribed is too expensive and can cause side effects.
If you don’t have a natural pain medication, you may have to consider taking the more natural alternative: eating.
The Food and Drug Administration is currently looking at ways to allow people who don’t want to be prescribed medication to eat foods like fruits and vegetables.
And there are also studies showing that eating vegetables may help reduce the risk of autoimmune diseases.