If you want to solve your problems in a non-medical way, you may want to consider visiting a hypnotist. In the vast majority of cases hypnotists' treatments don't involve having to take any drug prescriptions.
And it's no surprise that 75% of people said in a survey of 100 people that they would definitely prefer not to have to take any prescription medicines, but instead to use a different solution. And the main reason given for this is due to the possible side effects from taking prescription drugs which is the reality experienced often. So it's clear to see why hypnotists may always be in demand and in business.
The method of treatment used by a hypnotist is very unusual. It's worth knowing at this stage that a hypnotist primarily diagnoses and treats disorders from a neurological angle. Having said that there is only a fine margin between Hypnosis and medical science.
If you are able to treat disorders in others without using any drugs or surgery it obviously does not automatically mean that you are a hypnotist. Hypnotists require specific skills and it's a fact that the majority of professional hypnotists will have taken courses in the field and become licensed. In some states in the United States, in order for hypnotists to actually practice there are mandated statutes on certification first.
And you would need to take a Hypnosis course initially if you want to become a hypnotist. It's also worth saying that a great deal of theoretical information may need to be studied firstly, before trying to diagnose anyone. Following the theoretical study, some practice is required -- allowing you to deal with patients, treating them correctly as a Hypnotist. And it's important to say that in order for a hypnotist to be successful the lessons of the trade need to be understood quickly.
If you can accept that treatment for disorders does not always require medication and you're willing to put some work and effort in, being a hypnotist may just be right for you.