OUR TIPS TO STAY HEALTHY

Health and Wellness

Dear stress, I think it’s time to break up
Are you one of those who cannot relax and for whom the very idea of relaxation or joining a group generates tension? If so, this article is for you!

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Emotional Health
When you learn the news of prostate cancer, in addition to the initial shock, it is not uncommon to experience denial and a combination of sadness, fear, anxiety, shame, guilt and anger.

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What can we do today to sleep better at night?
Many people with prostate cancer have trouble sleeping. And with good reason: not only can treatments for the disease create anxiety and uncertainty in the life of the patient, but they can also disrupt sleep patterns and create insomnia.

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Learning to breathe is essential!
Breathing is the fundamental element of relaxation. If you have ever taken a deep breath to calm a panic attack, then you know how important this function is for your well-being. By becoming aware of your breathing, you can not only become more aware of your mental and emotional states, but also act on your stress and anxiety.

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Psychological flexibility… what is it exactly?
When you first hear the news of prostate cancer, in addition to the initial shock, it is not uncommon to experience denial and a combination of sadness, fear, anxiety, shame, guilt and anger. Statistically, following such a diagnosis, nearly 30% of people suffer from depression and a little over 15% experience severe anxiety.

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How to preserve your energy to bounce back better
Fatigue is a real problem for prostate cancer patients. But you can help yourself lose that tired feeling if you follow a few simple tips.

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Physical Health and cancer

 

Nutrition

5 types of foods for a healthy prostate gland
Unfortunately, no convincing studies have established a clear link between diet and prostate cancer directly. However, clinical studies on migrants have suggested a possible association between prostate cancer and diet.

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The 10 most stress-relieving foods
Stress, anxiety, anxiety, nervous disorders, irritability, mood swings, temporary depression, nervous fatigue… When our morale is low, there are many words (and aches) to describe the unhappiness that grips us, especially when we are affected by prostate cancer. But what if there was a healthy, natural and effective alternative to lead a more serene life? Like watching what you put on your plate, for example!

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What is an anti-inflammatory diet?
According to Dr. Frank Hu, Professor of Nutrition and Epidemiology in the Department of Nutrition at the Harvard School of Public Health, one of the most powerful tools for fighting inflammation comes not from the pharmacy, but from the grocery store. “Numerous experimental studies have shown that components in food or beverages can have anti-inflammatory effects,” he says in his November 7, 2018 article.

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Tips and advice when chemo is on your plate
Discovering the ideal diet…

Side effects of prostate cancer treatment can make it difficult to maintain a healthy diet. The various treatments can make you feel nauseous, cause anemia, osteoporosis, inflammation of the intestine (radiation enteritis), affect your taste, reduce your interest in food or lead to weight gain that is difficult to lose. It’s important to remember that most side effects will lessen over time.

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Dietary supplements and prostate cancer

Our bodies need certain nutrients such as vitamins and minerals to function properly. Vitamins and minerals are essential to our health and can help counteract the effect of cell damage.

A balanced diet containing fruits and vegetables is the ideal way to get the right amount of vitamins, minerals and other nutrients we need.

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Nutrition and cancer 

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