Lowering the Risk of Cancer

Traditional therapy usually done to destroy cancer cells’; however, a healthy body also helps in the process of destroying cancer cells. It also eliminates the risk associated with chemotherapy. One of the most crucial parts of a post-remedial program is to support optimal health and the use of cancer prevention strategies. Such strategies support the natural healing capacities that lie within all the people. Optimal health rests upon a foundation of healthy eating, adequate exercise, sufficient sleep, and meaningful as well as joyful living.

Besides food, movement also needed in the healing process. Bodies created so that we could move freely. The research on the importance of exercise to prevent brain cancer and its repetition is substantial. At minimum, 30 minutes of somewhat difficult exercise (brisk walking, jogging, bicycling, swimming, dancing, and so on) done every day connected with a reduced risk of cancer and death concerning cancer. For example, compared with a man who was inactive both before and after diagnosis of brain cancer, a man who raised their physical activity following the diagnosis had a 45 percent lower risk of death, and the man who reduced physical activity after diagnosis had a four-fold greater risk of death.

The above idea is changing the environment that it would be less welcoming to cancer. Aside from exercise, it could also be done through proper sleep. Sleep is critical to optimal health. Sleep is critical for a well-functioning immune system. In reality, several key anti-cancer immune actions become active during sleep. Stress reduction also contributes to the anti-cancer plan. Finding ways in managing stress is of utmost importance. Eminent levels of stress-induced chemicals and hormones unravel immunity, cripple cell repair, and increase the weakness of cells to cancer-causing DNA damage. Sometimes, it is impossible to eliminate daily stress in people’s lives, but there are some ways to change the perception of how we look at stress. Meditation, yoga, tai chi, and hobbies are just a few ways in creating more inner calm and less stress. Relaxation is one of the most vital parts of fighting cancer.

The last component of brain cancer prevention plan lies in the supplement program. This supplement program must comprise of plant-based antioxidants such as green tea, turmeric, and proanthocyanidins (berries, grapeseed oil, or extracts). It may also add in some cancer-preventive compounds such as melatonin, soy isoflavones, flaxseed lignans, essential fatty acids, medicinal mushrooms, and vitamins C, E, and D.