Expert Author Paul A Philips
The circumstances surrounding cancer doesn't have to be all negative. Cancer is the body's way of saying: 'You cannot go on like this forever... ' It has also been said that it is the body's attempt to heal... so , can cancer be viewed as an opportunity for change and ultimately transformation?
Bearing this in mind the cancer sufferer would do well to ask: "Just how great are my|healthcare professional|personal|my own, personal|search terms|my own , personal|medical professional|published|health care provider|my business|all of my|of my|excellent|my own personal|keyword phrases|a|offered|economical|day-to-day|web page} intentions in producing the necessary changes for ending this disease and leading myself to a healthy transformation? " This is a very important question since some folks prefer death over making those vital necessary habitual lifestyle changes...
Many people find it difficult to make those vital necessary changes, especially the ones that go against lifetime habits that have brought on the cancer. However , I can strongly recommend a very simple but effective methodology.
The method involves making simple steady changes, one at a time, on a gradient. For example , when going from unhealthy to healthy choices in nutrition, this means starting with making one small change, let's say, in a dietary habit. Then, if comfortable with this small change in dietary habit over time, and not going back into the old, move on and make another one. Then, in the same way, if comfortable with this and not going back into the old habit move on to the next and so on... until, overall, those unhealthy nutrition habits no longer exist...
While the above goes on, other changes can be made such as those related to handling stress, avoiding environmental, chemical and electromagnetic toxins and I would greatly encourage other lifestyle changes such as getting into a daily exercise routine.
However , it must be emphasised that there must be no going back into old habits after each change... or otherwise the whole thing will come tumbling' down. What about the timeline? Although the clock is ticking to make those vital necessary changes this is up to the cancer sufferer: Whatever is comfortable.
A very useful thing to do during this is to tell someone, a close friend or relative your intentions so that you can use them to hold yourself accountable to and they can indeed keep a watchful eye on you, to see that you're adhering to those effective changes.