How to kill positive emotions

Acetaminophen is now used in more than 600 different medicines. Every single week some 52 million people in the US take it. But did you know that acetaminophen is the single largest cause of acute liver failure in the country? Bet you also didn’t know that one of the “side effects” of acetaminophen (main ingredient in Tylenol) is that it also blunts positive emotions. Acetaminophen has been swallowed by Americans for over 70 years and it has just been revealed in a study that it also works against positive emotions. So, the big news is that the liver-killing chemical that dulls pain (less and less the more you use it), also dulls emotions in general. It is now even being touted as an “all-purpose emotion reliever.” Feeling a bit down-in-the-mouth about something? Feeling a bit too happy about something? Pop another Tylenol. Even if it does land you in the ER and up your chances for winning the cancer lotto, you won’t care either way!

Ya, who needs emotions anyhow...

Side effects? All effects are side effects. And who needs emotions anyhow…

About Craig Stellpflug NDC

Craig Stellpflug is a NeuroDevelopment Consultant and a Certified Nutritional Consultant. Craig is a cancer nutritionist and child brain disorder specialist at Healing Pathways Medical Clinic in Scottsdale Arizona.
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