Issels Integrative Immuno-Oncology December 17, 2015  

Work to Improve the Quality of Your Life Even with Cancer

Dear Friend,

When you're fighting cancer, your physical well-being can consume your focus to the exclusion of your emotional self. Improving your quality of life helps you maintain a positive frame of mind that can have a beneficial effect on your overall health.

Use these tips to nurture yourself and enrich your spirit:

Ask for support 
Despite what you may have seen in movies or read in novels, suffering in silence is not a noble attitude. Your loved ones want to help, but may not know how. Sharing your specific needs with them is a relief, not a burden.

Retain control wherever possible
Cancer creates a sense of helplessness, making you feel as though you’re at the mercy of this foreign being. Work with your doctor and caregiver to develop lifestyle modifications allowing you to maintain as much control as you are comfortable with. 

Talk to others who have been there
Even if you have a caring network of friends and family, cancer can make you feel isolated and "different." Join support groups where you can share your deepest thoughts without fear of judgment and benefit from the wisdom of those who have shared your experience.  

Learn to relax
The idea of learning to relax may seem strange, but the stress of living with cancer can make you forget where your "off switch" is. Music, reading, meditation and light physical activity are just some of the methods you can use to decompress.

Our non-toxic immuno-oncology therapies and non-toxic cancer vaccines work with your body's own immune system, reducing side effects that can be physically and emotionally draining. Contact us to learn more about our personalized treatments to aid you in your fight against cancer.

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