Most people are so focused on their symptoms that they often neglect to address the cause of their discomfort.
When the cause is obvious, people often make the right decision.
For example, if you had a pebble in your shoe and it was bothering you, you wouldn’t take a pain killer or an anti-inflammatory to cover up the discomfort. You would recognize it was the pebble and you would take a moment to remove it from your shoe.
But, are headaches or back pain the result of an inadequate supply of aspirin in the bloodstream?