If you’ve ever had the SNEAKING suspicion that you’re surrounded by psychos, zombies, uncaring creeps, and various sociopaths… I’ve got news for you today.
You're 100% right!
People are worse to each other than ever. You see it on TV -- on what passes for “news” in these crazy times -- and you see it out there in the streets.
Wait a second after the light turns green – just to make sure some loon doesn’t run the red and cream you – and the impatient creep in the car behind you will start honking.
Not quick enough at the ATM?
The jerk waiting behind you will start huffing and panting like a bull in heat, just to let you know he’s tired of waiting for you.
And let’s not even get into how folks talk to each other on Facebook. Let’s just say I hope I don’t meet THOSE people.
Oh wait. Those are my relatives!
Well, friend, it turns out we’re not all born crazy(not all of us, anyway).
But the pills we swallow? They’re making us that way!
One more reason to axe the acetaminophen
New research reveals how one of the most common drugs on the planet… a drug you’ve almost certainly taken (maybe even TODAY)… is slowly turning people into psychopaths and sociopaths.
Not at all! If you don’t want to believe the evidence that’s literally ALL AROUND YOU right now, just check out the details of this study on the painkiller acetaminophen, a.k.a. Tylenol.
College students were given the drug or a placebo… then put through the paces of emotional tests.
The ones who got the drugs had LESS EMPATHY toward the various characters in the scenarios they were given.
Obviously, it’s one more reason to avoid this stuff (liver failure being the other) so for battling life’s aches and pains, stick to natural painkillers instead including:
But hold on a moment!
Not only do MILLIONS of Americans deliberately take acetaminophenfor pain EVERY DAY, unwittingly blunting their own emotions in the process…
Many millions MORE take it -- without even realizing it.
This junk’s in everything!
Acetaminophen is hidden in MORE THAN 600 different over-the-counter and prescription meds… from painkillers to cough medicine to allergy drugs to cold and flu meds.
It’s even in some suppositories, for crying out loud!
So first, don’t take ANY meds if you can help it, since you never know where it’ll turn up.
And second, read ALL labels carefully, so you know what you’re taking… and can avoid hidden acetaminophen.