The Importance of Treating the Root of the Problem and not the Symptoms
There are various reasons why treating the problem is better than treating the symptoms alone. To start, treating the problem might be expensive in the short-run but it is cheaper and cost effective in the long run. Treating the symptoms, especially without medical insurance, can get really pricey, really quickly. In addition, there is all the likelihood of a relapse. On the other hand, treating the root cause means that there is little or no consequent medical attention or treatment long-term. It should be noted and well known in America that health care takes a significant proportion of the national budget. In fact some countries are the world cannot manage to fund their health care needs and have to seek loans or aid. It is recommended that such countries adopted a root cause analysis to their medical problems in order to come up with sustainable solutions.