Pre-paid medicine may predispose to feel sick to not squander the money we paid for it.
Probably there is an important difference, though invisible, between living in their own homes and live in rented accommodation.
It is very visible the amount of money spent every month to pay the rent, but the Invisible difference relates to mood, to the family philosophy to children's attitude towards life.
Humans are probably people with territorial instinct, ie try to appropriate a part of the planet to have our family, raise our children, grow old.
That exclusive use space gives us a fact of reality that certainly influences us and make a difference with the opposite situation, ie, transience in the use of the site.
Psychologically it is the same to live in a place outside to live in a place of their own. In the first our stay will depend on a weird and in the second we have the power to go or stay with some freedom.
The economic effort that we pay every month to stay for thirty days forces us to try to take advantage of that right as much as possible. If we did we would feel that wasting the money that we are so hard-earned. Sometimes we feel that there are legal ways to enjoy a rental.
In most Spanish-speaking countries are bought health insurance for peace of mind that we will be properly cared for if sick.
The price of these services is also high, but not to feel that we are wasting money like a rental, unconsciously sick could try.
In short, health care pre-payments could get sick.
Note: Original in Spanish (without translation by Google): Los servicios de salud nos enferman.
(Este es el Artículo Nº 1.946)