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New research indicates that cancer survivors who were more physically active prior to treatments had the best cognitive performance across the treatment period and in the 6 months afterward.
Staying active during cancer treatment isn’t always easy, but experts and survivors tell us all the time that it makes a huge difference.
Review he IRB research project on yoga4cancer at Hartford Hospital to integrate the modality into the quality of care for cancer patients and survivors.
Read the research on how yoga can address the eight commonly experienced physiological and psychosocial side effects of cancer pain, tiredness, drowsiness, nausea, lack of appetite, shortness of breath, depression, and anxiety.
Cancer patients and survivor should achieve a minimum of 150 minutes of moderate exercise – specifically yoga. Read the guidelines.
Yoga can reduce or prevent the risk of cancer by strengthening the immune system, detoxification, building bone, reducing stress and managing weight.