Ah...ok. Maybe that's why it is less of an issue for me. Although it was initially addressed/brought up as a clinical solution, it has since been talked about differently, and I have incorporated it as a "normal" part of my day-to-day. I don't really see it as primarily clinical, but rather a state that is (or ought to be) just a part of normal life.i interpret it as clinical because it's a presented in a clinical enviroment, as a clinical solution
i'm not quite sure what this question is asking, but it does depend. i have issues with things which are presented as clinical solutions which do not have: clinical language or clinical applications.Curious...do you have issues with other things that are presented as clinical solutions? Or do you not view other stuff that way?