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How I Solved My Health Problems

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My name is Steve Dimeck, and this is my health story. I wrote it specifically for this website to share it with everyone.

At one point in my life I experienced a great health challenge, which had me scared for a few years.

I was only 31 years old when all of this got started and I had to be rushed not once, but twice to the emergency room with heart attack symptoms.

After the doctors couldn't find anything seriously wrong with me, and not being able to explain exactly what was happening to me, I took a risky decision to learn on my own, and more importantly, solve the problem.

As a result, I wrote this report to inform everyone of my discovery.

Please read with great attention because my solution, even though simple, it took me several years to realize it, and it may solve many of your (current or future) health problems too - if not all.


It is very expensive to be healthy and to remain healthy nowadays. Isn't it?

The number of illnesses is on a constant rise. People are getting sick more than ever with the flu, colds, allergies, asthma, high cholesterol, high blood pressure, cancers, and you name it. WHO (World Health Organization) reports that 7.6 million people died worldwide from cancer in 2005. They're saying that deaths from cancer in the world are projected to continue rising, with an estimated 9 million people dying from cancer in 2015 and 11.4 million dying in 2030.

People are not healthy, yet health insurance premiums and drug costs keep rising. At the same time, people have seen their out-of-pocket costs for deductibles, co-payments, and other cost sharing, increase significantly over the same period.

In the U.S. alone, spending for health care services totaled around $1.4 trillion in 2001 and $3.1 trillion is projected for 2012. A federally funded study by researchers at Harvard and the University of Michigan calculated that Americans of all ages spent an average of $19,900 on medical care for each extra year of life expectancy.

The Office of Health Economics, an organization largely funded by the UK drug industry to provide independent research on health care, says spending on health in the United Kingdom is rising at a much faster rate than spending on the other public services.

At the same time, the Canadian Institute for Health Information reports that Canada continues to rank among the world's top five health spenders when compared to other countries.

The cost of healthcare continues to skyrocket worldwide. Being and staying healthy has become an immense challenge. Hasn't it?

Well, that's what "THEY" made me believe too by controlling my mind with strong media influence.



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