Back Pain Accutane

The Alternative to Accutane, A Review of Effective Acne Relief

We live in a culture conditioned to use drugs to overcome our problems. This attitude is encouraged by the pharmaceutical industry because it is their life-blood. Accutane is just one of the drugs that many people use to combat illnesses. But, is it safe? Considering the number of doctors and dermatologists who prescribe it, you would think it is as safe as purified water. But like distilled water, it has its drawbacks.

Distilled water is pure water. When left in plastic jugs, it absorbs some of the plasticizers and begins to taste bad. If you drink it, you are drinking the plasticizers which aren't too good for you. In addition, water is a universal solvent and if you drink much of it, you can deplete your body of essential nutrients, especially minerals. There are better purified waters and I never recommend anyone drink distilled water.

Yes, distilled water is pure and all of the impurities, regardless of what they were, have been removed. But that doesn't make it safe because of its tendency to absorb your vital minerals which are then passed out of your body. It does solve the problem of contaminated water, but introduces your body to other potential problems.
The same is true for Accutane. Yes, it is very popular because it definitely solves many of the surface problems of acne. But, is it worth the cost to your body's overall health? Like distilled water, while it solves one problem, it introduces many other problems which can devastate your body.

The milder side effects of accutane and its generic equivalent, Isotretinoin are: dry lips, dry eyes, nose bleeds, extremely dry skin, increased sensitivity to the sun and thinning of hair. These problems can be tolerated by most people. But the harsher side effects can be deadly. Among them are: Sever aches and pains in the lower back and large joints, severe allergy reactions that include moderate rashes and difficulty to breath, vision problems, hearing loss, permanent liver damage, persistent migraines and skeletal hyperostosis, which is an excessive bone growth that occurs along the sides of the spine.

The even more deadly side effects are related to suicide and birth defects. You can even check those problems out with the Federal Drug Administration. Are these devastating side effects worth getting rid of the symptoms of acne? I don't think so when there is almost a certain cure found in Dr. Mike Walden's book and his offer to have his crew work with you in permanently overcoming your acne through natural means that have no side effects

If you want to overcome your acne problem or know someone who does, go to http://www.authenticacnesecrets.com view the videos and make your decision. It's time you attack the root of your problem so the symptoms will go away on their own.

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