• What are some things you wish you had known about before cancer?

    Asked by GregP_WN on Monday, September 16, 2019

    What are some things you wish you had known about before cancer?

    Our blog post today has just 10 listed that some people have said they wish they had known. Take a look at the article here >>http://bit.ly/2miG1S3 and tell us what are some things you wish you had known?

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    • Amor's Avatar

      Before both cancer experiences (breast in 2013 and ovarian in 2016), I wish I had known how to eat healthy, especially to stay away from all harmful artificial ingredients that made food & drinks taste great, e.g. asparthame, MSG, GMO, excess sugar, etc. I wish I had known that having proper sleep habits was critical to my health, so I wouldn't take it for granted. I wish I had known how to counter the many stressors at work with prayer, guided imagery meditation, exercise and healthy eating habits. I wish I'd known about the wonderful integrative healthcare practices that truly complement modern medicine, like acupuncture, anti-cancer nutrition, qi gong, chi-nei-tsang massage, essential oils, cbd, yoga and natural healing nutrition. I wish I had known how to navigate life while going through cancer treatments, so I would be better prepared, especially emotionally and mentally.

      over 1 year ago
    • Hailcat's Avatar

      I wish I could have done more than I had when he started coughing alot and having sore throats freq.

      over 1 year ago
    • Bengal's Avatar

      That the so called "cure" leaves you feeling like you've had the life sucked right out of you. That when you're "done" with treatment you are, in fact, just beginning a journey like nothing you've ever experienced.

      over 1 year ago
    • welderdan's Avatar

      Hindsight for me certainly would cover several chapters if written. I suppose, why did I live so long before I knew better of chances that could swallow my life...

      over 1 year ago

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