Keeping the Doctor Away is Best for Worry-Free Lifestyle
It may be a common misconception that the wellness and medical industry are compliments or one and the same. Most people would not believe that the wellness and medical industry are actually opposites.
The wellness industry is based on principles of total health, physical activity and diet awareness. Basically it is based on principles on avoiding health problems and complications.
The medical industry on the other hand is an industry facing health problems and complications every single time. Imagine a world when people are not supporting the principles of health and wellness, they end up dealing with the professionals in the medical field.
Which means more medical care won't make you healthier or less-prone to diseases, it may be more harmful than what others think.
According to an article in yahoo: "Overtreated: More medical care isn't always better":
"Anywhere from one-fifth to nearly one-third of the tests and treatments we get are estimated to be unnecessary, and avoidable care is costly in more ways than the bill: It may lead to dangerous side effects."
Which means studies show that people often go to the doctor with problems that are avoidable and not even necessary, contrary to the popular belief that doctors can make it go all the way.
While undertreatment is bad, overtreatment has in a way the same effect.