Can meditation improve the lives of cancer patients?
Data gathered from over 20 years of clinical trials, reported by Cancer Research UK, show that meditation might help to:
- improve mood and concentration
- reduce depression and anxiety
- reduce symptoms and side effects, such as feeling sick (nausea)
- boost the immune system
Let’s be cleared that meditation has not been proven to directly treat or kill cancer. People with cancer meditate to reduce stress in both the mind and body, thus helping to relieve particular symptoms and improving their quality of life.
While going through cancer treatment, you should spend at least 30 minutes each day for mindfulness meditation. It will ease symptoms of chemo and radiation, improve sleep and strengthen your immune system.
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