Seeking Helpful Information On Allopathic Medicine Disadvantages

 

Many patients underestimate the impact that cancer can have on them.  Physical and emotional side effects are often common from the cancer itself as well as from conventional treatments including chemotherapy, radiation and surgery.   These may include fatigue, anxiety, pain, insomnia, nausea, diarrhea, malnutrition, tingling in hands and feet, and others.  

Integrative cancer care provides patients with evidence informed therapies that can help relieve side effects of conventional therapies, improve immune and nutrition status, and, in some cases, improve the effectiveness of conventional treatments. These therapies include nutritional supplementation,  herbal medicines,  IV therapies, and diet and nutrition recommendations.  

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Learn More About Exercise During Cancer Treatments

 

Exercise has been called a “magic pill.” Exercise plays a vital role in maintaining a healthy immune system and helping your body fight off disease. There also appears to be a strong link between physical exercise and not only cancer prevention, but also reduced risk of cancer recurrence.

At Issels Centers for Integrative Medicine, our holistic approach to cancer treatment recognizes the benefits of exercise in achieving long-term cancer remission. Education in exercise and nutrition are included in our individualized immunotherapy plans. While some level of physical activity is encouraged during and after cancer treatment to strengthen the immune system and promote healing, we understand that most patients will need to adjust their physical activity to match fluctuations in strength and energy.

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