Diavad Review – Diavad and the Inside-Out Treatment

Insomnia requires a special approach and Diavad claims to provide that special “inside-out” method to solving your sleepless nights. If effective, this is a high-tech answer to what millions of people have been searching for in terms of their ongoing problem of insomnia. Diavad is unquestionably a modern medicine that appears to have been engineered to have no side effects and thereby may give you the sleep you need along with the refreshed feeling that comes with a good nights sleep. Since there appear to be no side effects, you could be off to work in the morning and ready to start a great day. By seemingly working on the problem from the inside-out, Diavad gives you the chance to attend to your daily needs and still enjoy the benefits of a good night sleep at the same time. If these claims are true, this is truly a great advancement in scientific technology.

Diavad’s apparent lack of typical side effects, unlike those inherent in most other insomnia medicines, should help to get you on a good schedule so that you will eventually not need the medicine anymore. Undoubtedly, some medicines leave you feeling groggy and tired the next morning so you really can’t get anything done until 2 or 3 in the afternoon when the medicine has worn off! With that kind of solution, you will likely be awake again the following night and need the medicine all over again! With Diavad, this claimed not to be the case. You are said to wake up invigorated and able to complete your daily tasks. This then leaves you feeling relaxed and able to sleep on your own the following night.

Diavad also claims to relieve the nervous tension created inside your body during those fits of restless sleep. Seemingly, it doesn’t just make you feel “drowsy” or “woosey” like most other medicines. Instead, it relaxes you on the inside and helps you to adapt to a better attitude the following night. It literally “trains” you how to relax rather than making you dependent upon the medicine, its is claimed. This is what’s referred to as the “inside-out” method of Diavad. Instead of drowning you in that externalized “drowsy” feeling and then leaving you incapable of truly solving your problems the next day, Diavad has attempted to adopt a new approach that the manufacturers claim is now working for countless people everywhere.

Depending on the state of your finances, another claimed benefit of Diavad is that it is easy on your pocketbook. This is an extremely high-tech solution which is initially being offered at only sixty-seven dollars. The manufacturers are eager to show people how well it works and to help them get back to being well-rested. “It’s great to know that there is a good medicine available to help with insomnia that is offered at an affordable price”, one user was heard to remark.

It is true that many people are raving about the benefits of Diavad. It is, however, rather difficult to substantiate the results obtained by these people. One example cited is that of College students, who undoubtedly experience a lot of stress around exam time. They study long hours and then have difficulty sleeping before the big test! Should they decide to take a typical medicine to get them to sleep, they would wake up feeling drowsy and unable to think clearly, which is obviously major disadvantage come exam time. Diavad apparently solves all that by giving them the chance to sleep and still wake up feeling refreshed and ready to score well on their exam. If true, students today could alleviate some of the problems associated with poor sleep patterns around exam time.

Ultimately, the only true test is to give Diavad a try for yourself, as results will quite likely differ from person to person.

Alternative Medicine – Naturopathic Doctors

The term “alternative medicine” is loosely used to include any health practitioner who is not using the conventional or orthodox approach of drug prescriptions and considers their methods to be “natural.” Yet can anyone practicing alternative medicine be considered a practitioner of medicine? Without a sound knowledge of human biochemistry, anatomy and physiology, I don’t believe they should be.

The Art of Medicine

What might be the ideal, the highest form of this art, no matter what terms are used to describe it, whether it be alternative medicine, complementary medicine or holistic medicine?

Ideally the practitioner is knowledgeable about diseases and their diagnoses. This means deciphering their client’s symptoms in relation to lab test results.

They must understand how and why health may slowly succumb to disease. Disease may take years and even decades to develop and during this interim the practitioner must witness their client’s tendencies, to know ways of halting its progression and to assist the body to return to health once again. This is preventative medicine and is a very important component of alternative medicine.

A practitioner must know the reasons why health declines. These include the following:

  • Lack of nutrients including vitamins, minerals, trace minerals, proteins and fats, all required for health.
  • Lack of sufficient exposure to sunshine leading to vitamin D deficiency which underlies osteoporosis, some multiple sclerosis patients, low thyroid hormone symptoms, and others.
  • Lack of sleep and adequate rest leading to nervous exhaustion, adrenal deficiency, and a host of psychological problems.
  • Unremitting stress harms the nervous system and the mind.
  • Environmental chemicals and toxins are a burden to the body. They can damage RNA and DNA, and cause irritation and inflammation. One category of chemicals termed Endocrine Disrupting Chemicals interfere with normal endocrine and thyroid function.
  • Under-functioning detoxification pathways of the body.
  • Heavy metals leading to immunological dysfunction.
  • Poor bowel ecology which interferes with digestion and absorption. Bacteria, fungus and parasites can also exist.
  • Allergies, especially to foods, cause a number of chronic problems.
  • Silent, chronic infections are found in the gut, teeth, tonsils and scars. An infection can exist without either the client or the physician being aware of it.


Alternative medicine is not simply controlling symptoms through whatever “natural” methods a practitioner uses.

Our bodies communicate to us through symptoms. Symptoms can result when the body isn’t getting what it needs (nutrients), when there’s a structural misalignment (chiropractic or osteopathic), when an emotion or experience has been suppressed and not dealt with (psychology), when there ‘s something in the body that needs to be removed (bacteria, fungus, etc.) or if there’s a hormonal imbalance (thyroid & endocrine).

So our body may communicate in it’s own language that something is wrong. “I need more rest,” or, “I need more protein,” or, “I need you to take life less seriously,” or, “I need a break,” or, “I need to do something I like to do for a change.” Some symptoms are vague like fatigue and irritability while others are more specific like headaches and arthritis.

A low grade toothache is a simple example of what I am referring to. For someone with a very busy life their approach may be to take a pain killer hoping the nagging tooth ache will go away. But eventually they have to visit their dentist. The options then are to fill the tooth if the pain is due to decay, a root canal if the nerve is inflamed or the tooth is infected, or to simply pull it.

But often no one asks the question why. “What happened with my tooth? Why did this problem develop in the first place? What can I do to prevent another problem with my teeth?”

The tooth ache could be due to a lack of minerals, making the tooth susceptible to decay. Maybe a problem exists in the gut that inhibits the absorption of minerals from food. Maybe the system and the saliva are overly acidic causing some damage to the enamel of the teeth. Maybe the immune system is a little run down causing an increased susceptible to a tooth infection.

Ideally with any symptom or condition we should be asking why, and then to investigate the possibilities. Every symptom and every condition of the human body and mind have causes and a practitioner of alternative medicine must be familiar with this type of investigation.

This investigation includes the following:

  • A thorough physical examination
  • A review of their client’s medical history and their family’s medical history
  • Review of their lifestyle, what contributes to their health and what wears it down
  • An in-depth review of their condition, the circumstances around which the condition appeared and how it progressed
  • A review of their past and present eating habits
  • Their exposure to environmental chemicals and toxins
  • A comprehensive lab test panel

If someone considers themselves to be a practitioner of alternative medicine, they must be knowledgeable about human physiology, biochemistry, pathology, immunology, endocrinology, and psychology or they must be working as a member of a team whose purpose is to investigate the causes of their client’s condition and to then apply therapies or protocols. I might add that therapies may include pharmacy and that anyone practicing alternative medicine should be familiar with the importance and necessary of sometimes applying a pharmaceutical.

We understand the shortcomings of pharmaceuticals in that they counteract symptoms and do not address the cause yet to take an alternative stance without the knowledge of pharmacy is a very narrow and one-sided perspective.

The practice of medicine must be for the restoration of the client’s health. In order to accomplish this there must be the knowledge of why and how the client slipped from a state of health into one of illness. The underlying philosophy of medicine is that the body is able to self-correct and to return to a state of health if it is provided the means. This requires that the practitioner of the art of medicine must also understands health and what contributes to health.

Do we treat disease? Yes, but primarily through supporting health.

Annual Product Review in Pharmaceuticals

We rely on medicines to address a wide range of ailments and illnesses to ensure that we live long, healthy lives. With regular advances in pharmaceuticals, we are able to address disease and improve the quality of life for a growing number of conditions.

However, while we are moving forward, it is also important to ensure that we are monitoring and tracking the performance of the products that are on the market.

To protect consumers and examine any deficiencies or areas for improvements in the products that are commercially available, an annual product review in pharmaceuticals is required. This review examines the performance of each product, evaluates the reported effectiveness of the medicine and allows for exploration into areas for improvement or re-development.

With a focus on quality control and ensuring the best interests of the public are upheld, the regulations in place ensure that the companies in engaged in the manufacturing and production of these pharmaceuticals include processes within their organization to conduct this ongoing review.

Regulatory bodies such as the Food and Drug Administration in the U.S. are responsible for monitoring the operations of manufacturers and ensuring that they are completing these reviews.

Companies are required to have a written procedure for managing their annual product review in pharmaceuticals. What’s important to note is that the regulators are not only looking at the products that make it to store shelves, but also to collect information on the batches created by these manufacturers that are rejected in production. Why is this important? For new innovations in medicine, it is important to identify the deficiencies that caused products to be rejected and illustrates the work that the company has made to address the shortcomings of the pharmaceutical and produce consistent results with a product that is ready for market. These stability studies are important to communicate the safety of the products that are going to be offered to the public.

Some of the considerations that a company should consider when implementing an annual review in pharmaceuticals looks at all elements of production and should be observed as more than an exercise in demonstrating regulatory compliance. Ongoing quality control and evaluation promotes the organization’s commitment to quality and an established protocol reduces the time cycle for development of the annual report. Approaching the product review with an eye on customer satisfaction in this process may also identify areas for increased efficiencies internally and the potential for automation. The best way to instill confidence in the company’s practices both from regulators and the public is to implement full transparency in the process of evaluation and reporting.

By exercising and documenting in-process quality controls and on-going evaluation, the annual product review in pharmaceuticals becomes a simple exercise of compiling the documents which represent the company’s due diligence throughout the year and their commitment to releasing a quality product for the benefit of the long term health and wellness of its consumers. This review is just one of many processes in place to ensure the safety and quality of medicines in which we can put our trust to meet our needs.