You may often wonder how doctors make decisions about treatment recommendations. It is not unusual for you to be suffering from the same condition as someone else| but both of you get very different recommendations. Ever wondered why this tends to be the case?Many factors tend to influence how you get treated.
Most of us have grown up with some ingrained habits. Some good, some bad, and some just plainly stupid. Some things we do subconsciously, but we still knowingly get onto pretty unhealthy habits. Being conscious of healthier behavior steers us clear of diseases we could well do without.
When faced with disease, especially of the chronic and incurable type, you may get to a point where you may be open to trying anything. You have to be cautious though. Some remedies are just a fad, they just leave you where you are, or make you worse. A desperate will to survive or get a cure should never replace objectivity in selecting what you are willing to subject yourself to.
The number of Nairobians walking into hospitals and doctors’ offices every day is massive. Take a walk into Nairobi hospitals any day of the week if you need some proof or into some doctors’ waiting rooms. Chances are you’ll encounter unending queues. A quick glance will pick out some individuals who look too well, what would they be up to?