7 Popular Medication Myths You Need to Stop Believing

Myth: If you’re feeling really bad, you can take more pills

Fact: When your pain gets excruciating, taking an extra pill than what’s recommended doesn’t seem like a big deal.. but it is. After all, the reason why pill doses are limited is that you can suffer from severe side effects that ultimately make you feel much worse!

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