Within the week I’m having a special 24 hour offer.
It won’t be posted on this blog. I will personally email this offer solely to those people who have already purchased one of my products.
This offer will be a one-off to say Thankyou to those early birds who have found me and already purchased.
Over this week I will be explaining each of my products and if you purchase even just one of them, you will receive this email with this special offer.
Starting off my introductions is one of my favorites…
When I began counseling I planned to stop writing prescriptions. My aim was to concentrate on what I enjoyed and what I had particular skill at, and that was psychological work.
I wanted to leave behind my 10 years of medical training that used surgery and medication, and offer something else.
The problem was that many of the people who came to me were already on medication, and my automatic instinct was to ask them about it. I was glad I did!
So many people were using medication in ways that were totally ineffective, or took much longer than needed, or made their situation even worse. Anti-depressants were stopping people from feeling in control of their lives, blood pressure medication was making people more stressed, nicotine patches were compounding the nicotine addiction, and so on.
I was horrified.
Then there were people who weren’t on medication at all. There were many occasions when they could have avoided coming to me altogether, and had their lives back on track so much sooner, if they had appropriately used a medication.
From pain-killers to anti-fungals, there was an obvious need for people to get control of their medication use.
So one of the first products I put together is called “Self Help Rx”.
“Rx” is the symbol for “prescription” or more commonly treatment.
If you are currently taking medication, or you are currently trying not to take a medication, then you need to be informed. Reviewing the potential side effects and adverse reactions of a medication is not enough.
You need to know how to plan to use a medication, to use the smallest dose, for the shortest time, AND get the maximum result.
Many modern medicines actually can deliver great results when used wisely.
Are you getting the full benefits?
Here is my online course to help you make the most of medication and other treatments:
-Dr Martin W. Russell