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Patients are looking for alternatives
|Fewer and fewer patients are prepared to simply pop a pill when they feel unwell. People who are careful of their health and want to act responsibly in health matters are looking for alternatives. This is evident from the press portal run by DAK, one of Germany’s leading health funds.An increasing number of patients want to be involved in decisions about their fate rather than passively accepting prescriptions and medication. In the survey “The Germans and their Attitude to Illness and Health” conducted by the Allensbach Demoscopic Institute in 2000, around 70% of respondents complained that too few mainstream medical practitioners take an interest in naturopathy and alternative medicine.The Swiss Academy of Medical Sciences (SAMW) discovered back in 2001 in its “New trends in medicine” project that increasingly people were turning away from scientifically based medicine and seeking help from complementary medicine.The TNS Emnid Study “On the Future of Health” also shows that 2/3 of the population often find unconventional methods of healing better than orthodox medicine although they do not regard these methods as scientifically proven unlike orthodox medicine.
Heightened health awareness
People’s awareness of health issues has increased considerably in recent years. Never has so much been spent on health and wellbeing. Many patients are afraid of the side-effects of synthetic chemical drugs or of surgical intervention and are seeking helpful alternatives. This statement is not intended in any way to deny that drugs and operations are right for many patients and are often even life-saving and very necessary. However, an increasing number of chronically sick patients are asking about the consequences of long-term medication and whether there are not perhaps other ways of treating their condition.
Treatment does not just target the symptoms
The 2000 Allensbach survey also found that over half those interviewed believe that doctors often only look superficially for the causes of an illness and direct treatment simply at the symptoms.