But whether that's good or bad isn't yet clear
by FullyPresent on Thu Jan 27, 2011 01:35 AM
If you are interested in meeting someone who is using natural treatments and lifestyle to strengthen the immune system to fight Uterine Leiomyosarcoma, please visit my blog:
When I was diagnosed with ULMS, I couldn't find anything encouraging on the internet. (In fact, every time I looked I got depressed!) So after two years I decided to create a blog to share the wonderful things I have learned about empowering the body to heal itself. Please come visit me and let me know what you think. :)
by FullyPresent on Sun Feb 06, 2011 10:51 PM
My blog today is about positibe affirmations that help strenghten the immune system. I've included information from medical journals about the relationship between stress and cancer. Stress can cause tumors to grow and spread. Affirmations, guided imagery and meditation can help your mind stay relaxed and positive, allowing your body's chemistry to be empowered. Please check out my latest blog:
by FullyPresent on Wed Feb 16, 2011 07:35 PM
1. Exercise and Movement (learn which are best)
2. Gravitational Pressure (jumping; mini-tramps)
3. Massage of the valves on the lymph ducts (professional or self-massage, dry skin brushing)
I have more information on my blog:
by FullyPresent on Sat Mar 05, 2011 09:38 PM
The best approach to treating cancer is a synergistic one - taking advantage off all of the various treatments that can work together to produce a better result than just one treatment alone. On my latest blog, I share information about a German cancer-surgeon who found a link between emotions and cancer. He talks about a "cancer personality" and how stress that spirals out of control can lead to a break down in the body's immune system's protection. I remember just before my diagnosis - feeling like I was under so much stress that I could hardly breathe - and when I went to bed each night, I felt a terror come over me. I'll be working through these emotions on my journey to prevent cancer from coming back. Can anyone else identify with this?
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