Antibiotic Alternatives

I watched a documentary recently about superbugs in addition to their relationship to antibiotics. Having needed antibiotic treatment myself earlier, I was very considering what I saw.
On your own note, I was prescribed, among other medications, roughly 4 months’ method to obtain an antibiotic, and then develop a very annoying unwanted effect after under a month to the treatment. I did some study on the medications I had been prescribed and learned that this particular side-effect was very common. Naturally enough, I stopped taking it immediately along with the unpleasant symptoms disappeared. I did provide the medication another try after about another month, as soon as the side effects had disappeared. Unfortunately, they reappeared immediately so my decision then was, i believe, a simple choice.
After watching this documentary, I started researching (naturally, being me), strategies to achieve beneficial results without making use of antibiotics. Or, more pleasing for me, finding foods everyone can source that can actually develop our systems to aid us stop the need for antibiotics, a way which will actually keep me and my gut healthy every day.
During my research I came across several companies and institutions investigating similar options. One of the most recent I read was obviously a huge report from “Medical News Today 2018” listing foods, from garlic to oregano which can be being shown to own very beneficial effects.
It is speculated by such prestigious organisations as Medical News Today and National Academy of Medicine, to just two, that the excessive utilization of antibiotics is opening the entrance to increasingly more so-called “superbugs” which this could easily end in antibiotics losing power they have to heal.
Research into this matter because of the large medical organisations across the globe is ongoing, but needs time to work and money and that we don’t know the amount of that we have now.
One thing that stands apart clearly, of all of this, could be that the use of antibiotics ONLY when expressly needed, and ONLY while using most appropriate dose with the disease receiving treatment is of major importance. This is difficult, and not impossible to obtain. But is VITAL if we want to lessen the incidence of “superbugs” that happen to be negating our antibiotics today.
Another thing which could help in this endeavour is as simple as making sure that the conditions being managed actually NEED antibiotics, as researchers have discovered that ‘Antibiotics won’t treat viral infections simply because they can’t kill viruses’. And yet, sometimes antibiotics continue to be prescribed.
Is this in hope that they will succeed?
The usage of effective antibiotic alternatives, that could promote health and well being and give your body the armour to resist disease, may be one major solution to decrease the NEED for antibiotics and as a consequence lower the chance of the emergence of more, stronger superbugs.
As many medical researchers say, answers to the antibiotic resistance problem are multifaceted and will include reducing the by using antibiotics via the usage of alternative products. Although no person alternative will replace all uses of antibiotics (Allen, 2017).
So it may mean we must include ingredients like Garlic, termed as healing herb for hundreds of years, Honey, used in some regions of the world since Roman times, Ginger, Turmeric, which was found to be useful like a healing agent for a minimum of 5,000 years, to mention but a few, all of these can be found in most kitchens, inside our food. Then, we are able to at least start to protect ourselves in the NEED for antibiotics therefore, the RISK of contracting these “superbugs” to attack your body when they are weakened by disease.
We may build resistance by using more exercise, that is a subject for the next day.