We spend an average of $8,200 a year on health care products. So is your health worth that much? Yes, a good diet and exercise plan will help you improve your health, but it won’t cost the earth.
The problem is that many of us spend an average of 7,200 a year on health care products. So is your health worth that much Yes, a good diet and exercise plan will help you improve your health, but it wont cost the earth.
The same problem exists with the health care industry itself. The industry is a huge business and has a lot of money to spend on marketing. That in turn means that the healthcare products being sold are often very good. But the products are also very expensive, which means you only need to spend a third as much on the products to reach the same amount of health benefits as a third of the healthcare industry.
But it also means that all of that health insurance money is going straight to companies that don’t really care about you and your health. But it also means that if you don’t like to exercise and eat well, you’re going to be spending the rest of your life paying for the insurance bills of people who don’t really want to pay them.
That is a pretty big health care bill, isn’t it? I mean if you get cancer, you spend your life paying for the cancer. If you get diabetes, you pay for the diabetes. You also pay for the heart disease and all the other expensive, and often preventable, health problems.
As you can see, the health care system in America is a mess. The costs of medical care skyrocket every year as more people are diagnosed with more and more serious diseases. This is especially true for the uninsured and underinsured. By the time you reach age 50, you can almost guarantee that most of your medical bills are going to come from out of pocket, with insurance not covering the majority of the bills. That’s especially true for people with pre-existing conditions, like diabetes.
Luckily, there are a lot of things you can do to help lower your costs. One of the easiest things to do is find a health care provider who can actually help you lower your health care costs. We’ve all been to one too many doctor’s office visits with the worst care imaginable, and you’re probably tired of hearing the “no, I don’t want that” argument from your doctor.
While this is true, I’m sure you can see the problem as well. Before you can even see the problem, you have to be able to articulate it, so you can get the care you want, and then, after you’ve seen the problem, you have to be able to say why you can’t afford it.
There are lots of health related products on the market, and there are many that are advertised to be good for you. But only a few actually are. These are often generic and not the best for you. At least they should be, but the ones that are generic are often very expensive. For example, most generic pain killers, anti-depressants, and birth control are often advertised as having “good” effects on your health.