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Cancer and exercise:
This is part of an article I discovered: Exercise is the best medicine someone with cancer can take in addition to their standard cancer treatments. That’s because we know now that people who exercise regularly experience fewer and less severe treatment side-effects; cancer-related fatigue, mental distress, quality of life.” They also have a lower risk of their cancer coming back or dying from the disease, Cormie said. Simple way to boost cancer survival rates: diet and exercise, studies say
“If the effects of exercise could be encapsulated in a pill, it would be prescribed to every cancer patient worldwide and viewed as a major breakthrough in cancer treatment,” she writes for the Conversation. “If we had a pill called exercise it would be demanded by cancer patients, prescribed by every cancer specialist, and subsidised by government.” Gone are the days of wrapping cancer patients in “cotton wool”, according to Dr David Speakman, chief medical officer at the Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre. “Our attitudes to treating cancer, what it takes to give people their best chance at survival, have to change. All cancer patients will benefit from an exercise prescription.’
Cormie said the evidence-based guidelines recommended people with cancer be as physically active as their current ability and conditions allowed. For significant health benefits, they should aim for at least 150 minutes of moderate intensity aerobic exercise weekly and two to three resistance exercise sessions (such as weightlifting). “These recommendations should be tailored to the individual’s abilities to minimise the risk of complications and maximise the benefits.”
Meanwhile this information is related to my first authored book. The book I have been writing is now complete. Out now in Kindle and Smashwords. The print version will be available on Amazon from September.
Websites: fukushimatokyoquake.com, where you can see the contents of each chapter. It also shows the charts and maps from the book and short videos. The other site is tokyotales365.com. It is mostly visual with brief text. Its more aimed at foreigners who'd like to know more about Tokyo than residents in the BIg Mikan.
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