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How Your Meds Can Save a Life

With my pills, I can fight for my life, with DrugStars, I can fight for yours

DrugStars: Giving by Taking

Enough with all of the negative talk about prescription pills and vitamins – they are absolutely necessary for the Chronic Pain community. Without them, I could not do my job, and honestly, I would lose way more than that.

Thanks to relentless brain fog, I know exactly what happens when I get off track with my meds. The outcome is catastrophic. Without my pills, my hands stiffen like lobster claws, my feet feel like they’re on fire, my joints and muscles scream for relief and the pain in my eyelashes, hair, nails, and skin is so intense, moving one inch is a “10” on the torture scale.

Without my pills, I’m confined to my bed… permanently.

My pills are tiny little heroes that help me live a normal life, and now, they can be tiny little heroes to others in need. Claus Moeldrup, a former professor of social pharmacy, has created a way to generate actual cash, just for taking our meds. Not only that but the more pills and vitamins we take, the more money we earn!

“Giving by taking” is Claus’s big idea and DrugStars is the way to do it. DrugStars is a genius app that turns big pharma money into funds for charities when we take our meds. These are charities that aim to prevent and relieve the consequences of cancer, digestive issues, heart disease, diabetes, rheumatic disease and more. It’s an incredible way to make a difference with just the touch of a button.

In a nutshell, 1 dose = 1 cent. I calculated that a person taking six pills/vitamins, four times a day would contribute almost $1,000 in ten years ($876 to be exact). With one million of the 100 million Americans suffering from Chronic Pain doing the same, we will raise over $87,600,000 in just one year and almost $1B in 10 years!

Finally, a reason to brag about our meds and walk out of the drug store with our heads held high!

Another life-changing perk — when you join forces with DrugStars, you’ll be reminded each time you should take your pills, so no more missing your meds. Take THAT, brain fog!!

All you need to do is:

  1. Download the DrugStars app @ http://bit.ly/PRDrugStars.
  2. Add your medicines and vitamins, and the time you take them.
  3. Share the app with friends.

Reminders will pop up on your phone when the time comes. There is NO catch, take my word for it and try it yourself.

Who would have thought that we Chronic Pain sufferers could turn our pain into progress for ourselves and others?

We all deserve good healthcare. That’s why I’m asking you to help yourself take your meds on time and work with me get the word out. After you download the app, share it with your Chronic Pain community and tell us how much you will contribute after ten years of using DrugStars. Just copy and paste the text below.

People without access to proper healthcare will receive (insert your dollar amount) from me over the next ten years. With your help, we’ll raise $3 billion! All you have to do is press a button. Join the effort to #ShoutAboutPain @ http://bit.ly/PRDrugStars.

Shout About Pain is an educational and motivational blog series that aims to skyrocket awareness, and end the tired stigma of Chronic Pain–globally.

Disclaimer: I am not a doctor. All information presented should be regarded as friendly advice and opinions based on my own experience and research. I am not attempting to prescribe any medical treatment and the information contained in this blog is not intended to replace a one-on-one relationship with a doctor or qualified health practitioner.

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