Let your faith Be bigger Than your Fear: Breast Cancer Journal To Write In For Women 6x9 Inch, 100 Page, Blank Lined Notebook Breast cancer awareness month 2019 gift for Men women by Brilliant PublicationBlank Lined Notebook For Women To Write In This beautiful and inspirational gift idea for breast cancer patients and survivors to write down their Breast Cancer Journey or to keep track of doctors appointments, chemotherapy and radiation treatment. Writing is a great stress reliever, as well as a way to cope with your thoughts, feeling and fears about breast cancer. It will also give survivors a chance to look back on their journey and recall their fight. This journal will give patients motivation to keep going, never give up and never to lose hope or faith. This blank lined notebook is a perfect gift for that special person battling breast cancer. Breast Cancer Awareness month is coming in October.
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In May , reminders for my annual mammogram started coming in the mail, but I was so busy, I kept putting off making a phone call for an appointment. After two months and a letter stating it was my last reminder, I finally called for an appointment in July. I was asked if I would like to get a 3-D mammogram. I asked if my insurance would cover it, and when she said that it would, I said okay. Later, I was glad I got the 3-D, because it was less uncomfortable.
This is why mind-body therapies, such as relaxation, meditation and visualisation are being used more and more in the NHS. Take the example of breast cancer …. Hypnotherapy , which has been widely used in this field for decades, has now been found to help women recover more quickly from the debilitating surgery. Patients who are put in a trance just before the operation spend less time in hospital and also have fewer side effects if they need chemotherapy. They are hypnotised by an anaesthetist who talks softly about a chosen topic such as cooking or a holiday, before administering a local anaesthetic to numb their breasts. The women do not fall asleep, but instead go into a dream-like state. Doctors at one hospital in Brussels say the technique has proved so successful that a fifth of the women undergoing surgery for breast cancer are now hypnotised beforehand.