Understanding our own bodies is essential. In prior posts, we’ve looked at theimmune systemandknowing yourself. As well as many other health topics. Today, we suggest that you never ignore the following aches and pains.
“Painis your body’s way of telling you something’s wrong. Sometimes you’ll know exactly why you’re hurting. If you went hard at the gym yesterday, it’s no surprise you’re sore today. But other times, pain is symptomatic of a more serious condition. Be aware of these seven aches and pains that may require immediate medical treatment.”
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For many of us who have undergone chemo, as well as those now undergoing chemo, eating may be quite challenging. The side effects can be sometimes be overwhelming. So, what can we do to eat better during chemotherapy?
“During chemotherapy, meals should be your time-out from everything medical—a chance to rest, build your strength and enjoy the company of loved ones. Eating healthy, satisfying foods every day also can help you:
Stay strong, both mentally and physically
Tolerate your treatments
Protect your good cells against damage from chemo
Fight cancer by boosting your immune system and building your energy stores
However, side effects like mouth sores and nausea can create stress and pain, and keep you from getting the nutrients you need.
Here are eight expert-approved tips to help you beat the discomfort and enjoy your food once again.”
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