Many meditations of various duration.
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Women who were provided with skills to manage stress early in their breast cancer treatment show greater length of survival and longer time until disease recurrence over eight to 15 years after their original diagnosis, newly published research from a randomized trial shows.
Mindfulness practice leads to increase in the brain’s “gray matter” in brain regions involved in learning and memory processes, emotion regulation, self-referential processing, and perspective taking.
Effect of mindfulness based stress reduction on immune function, quality of life and coping in women newly diagnosed with early stage breast cancer.
The Anticancer Lifestyle Program has been a great addition to our Cancer Center here in Louisiana. The resources provided in the course reinforce the importance of physical and mental wellbeing throughout survivorship. We are so grateful to have this program for our patients to help them not just survive after cancer, but to thrive.
As an integrative physician and cancer survivor, it is comforting to know that this much-needed program is available to pick up where the office visit ends. The Anticancer Lifestyle Program is an invaluable and highly accessible resource, informed by science, that one can use at their own pace. The lifestyle changes recommended in the course can reduce the risk of cancer as well as other debilitating diseases, such as diabetes and heart disease.
I wholeheartedly recommend this program.
“Absolutely wonderful course!!!! This course came at EXACTLY the point in my journey when I needed it.”