Proper health care is important for everyone to have access to not just sick people. Health insurance is a hot topic a lot of people are talking about. It is easy to think it is just a conversation that concerns people in poor health or the elderly. It needs to be a conversation which includes everyone, young and old, sick and healthy. The reason being, preventative care is just as valuable as curing or treating.
Prevention is important for a few reasons, but one of the more obvious is that it saves a lot of money. It is a much smaller financial burden, to the individual patient and insurance companies, to stop diseases when treatments are less intensive. Removing a pre-cancerous mole is certainly less expensive than treating stage five cancer. Even more ideal is to use preventative care to stop any conditions from developing. This level of prevention starts in the home with the individual. However, guidance from a health professional is helpful to know what predispositions for conditions you may have and need to monitor.
Another reason for preventative care, that is not as obvious, is increased quality of life. It is easy to see how more money in your pocket, from less medical bills, makes your life better. However, maintaining good health and the way you will feel healthy also increases the quality of your life. Taking medications can be inconvenient. Worse than inconvenience are the multiple side effects of numerous medications. Several diseases are painful and can lead to other conditions. Staying healthy undoubtedly improves the quality of living and life.
Health care is a topic that should be of interest to everyone. It is vital to the lives of people that are sick. It should also be essential to the lives of people that are healthy.