Every time I visit my parents, prescription drug commercials barrage me. Since the average American watches 2+ hours of television, the whole nation is subjected to an endless deluge of these commercials. While the logic for having commercials for prescription drugs escapes me, they're here to stay - I just wonder what these commercials do to the American psyche.
It’s like relevance realization is falling in love with the process. I’m digging the direction your writing is going. Keep it up, my guy 😎
🔥🔥🔥 “I see the mentality of Prescription drugs leaking into other areas. On Twitter, threadbois are the prescription drug commercials of the creator economy. Always promising quick fixes, never introspecting.”
It's incredible how dependent most people have become on drugs and quick fixes. I was similarly raised on a lot medication because my mom was a pharmacist. But like you, I've found that dietary changes have made huge differences in my life! I very rarely get sick now and can think a lot faster and clearer than I used to.
These are some fantastic insights, Chris. I feel like there's also some sort of tie-in between quick fixes and all those crypto get-rich-quick schemes these days.
Coming from a country where prescription drug advertising is effectively banned, it still shocks me to see that whenever I come to the US.