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Fighting Cancer Becomes Easy With a Positive Attitude and a Healthy Lifestyle

Tuesday, 26 November 2013 11:59 PM EST

Cancer is not a disease of the immune system. But, in the absence of strong immunity, the body fails to fight cancerous cells, which gradually spread and lead to several degenerating changes in the body, sometimes affecting whole organs and organ systems. Cancerous growth ignites in a body that offers an exploitable ground. Among patients who have the disease, success stories of survival are created by people with a positive attitude to live life.

Key factors that could help promote cancerous growth in the body are excessive stress, irregular and unregulated lifestyle habits, excessive smoking and alcohol consumption, and excessive exposure to environmental pollution.
Editor's Note:Knowing these 5 cancer-causing signs is crucial to remaining cancer-free for life

Tricks to fighting cancer

People afflicted need to have a strong willpower to fight cancer and loads of positive attitude to live life. This, when combined with other lifestyle changes, helps survive the disease.

• Peaceful approach
Once diagnosed with the disease, don't give in to the situation. Have the will to live and fight back the disease. With a peaceful mind, you will be more focused at fighting cancer than by being depressed. Your positive attitude will help you heal better and quicker. Believe in yourself and act positively!

• Healthy lifestyle
If you haven't realized it yet, it's time you said yes to a healthy lifestyle. Small and affirmative lifestyle changes will help you improve your immune system and give your body the strength to live through the pain and take the stress of the disease better. Small changes make a big difference!

Lifestyle changes for fighting cancer
• Regular exercising
Include physical activity in your daily routine. To start with, talk to your doctor about the intensity and kinds of exercises your body can withstand and progress gradually. Regular exercise is the key to a healthy lifestyle and helps boost your immune system at the same time.

• De-stress:
If it has come, it has to go! Fighting cancer becomes easier if you do it with a stress-free mind. The disease already poses a lot of stress to your body and its immune system. So work to keep your mind and body stress free as far as possible. Do yoga, practice meditation along with breathing exercises, and opt for some light sport or dancing activity. These help de-stress and boost immunity at the same time, which is much needed for fighting cancer.

• Diet:
Have a balanced diet. A balanced diet will aid recovery from the degeneration caused by the disease, strengthen the body, and fight symptoms of the disease. Plus, it would also boost the immune system, so your white blood cells are ready for fighting cancer and its ill effects. Consult your doctor for the diet chart you must follow.

• No drugs
Say no to smoking and alcohol or any other activity or substance, which can add more toxins to your body. Alternatively, indulge in deep breathing and other detoxifying activities.

Editor's Note:Knowing these 5 cancer-causing signs is crucial to remaining cancer-free for life

Fighting cancer would not be a big deal if you have a strong immune system, a strong mind, a peaceful soul, and loads of positive attitude.

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A study of cancer survivors has revealed that people who hold a positive attitude towards life are most likely to completely and effectively fight back cancer. The simple formula is to maintain healthy lifestyle, hold strong willpower, and follow prescribed treatment.
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Tuesday, 26 November 2013 11:59 PM
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