Based on current trends, cancer patients are surviving at a greater rate than ever before, with many patients surviving 10 to 20 years beyond their original cancer treatments. While this is attributed to improved treatment methods, the fact is many cancer survivors today face far more devastating negative known and unknown radiation and chemotherapy induced health events, following therapy. Some of these events result in decreased quality of life issues, to varied life-threatening concerns, as well as the possibility of cancer reoccurrence during these extended years. Consequently, health officials have called for the establishment of more formal cancer survivor and surveillance programs over the course of survivorship. While the aim here is to detect, and possibly halt the progression or development of radiation and or chemotherapy induced related disorders, despite their seeming small statue in relationship to medical interventions, a large body of current and still emerging evidence indicates that sustained exercise and improved sleep patterns are two key factors that greatly contribute to the long-term survival rate of the cancer patient, as well as reducing the associated risk of cancers return.
Defeat Cancer Naturally, The Exercise Sleep Paradox: Recalibrating Healings Biochemistry, A Survivors Guide is written by a Naturopathic Practitioner, a cancer survivor himself, whose journey has spanned 43yrs. That journey has been met with being fully incapacitated and wheel chair bound, to having experienced three near-death experiences, to recovery and today to a totally self-sufficient quality filled life-style, despite some life-style adjustments. While this book outlines for the reader some proposed ordinary and specific exercise routines and categories, Dr. Redmon takes you inside where healing takes place and presents a consumer based looked at how these two commonplace activities (exercise/sleep) actually changes the body’s healing biochemistry that not only promotes healing, but also prevents cancer’s development. Overall, this presentation gives the reader an in-depth look at a number of topics and natural ways that are designed to substantially improve the cancer survivors quality of life, immune response, mental and psychological stability, as well as how to naturally manage and improve pain tolerance, to the role sexual intimacy and orgasmic release not only plays in the healing process, but as a preventive measure against cancer recurrence as well. This project also takes an in-depth look at the life of fat-cells and how they mimic the actions of cancer cells. These highly adept dividing adipocytes (a cell that synthesizes and stores fat) substantially increase the risk of cancer’s return when weight and contaminant signs of insulin resistance/pre-diabetes are present. The author presents a concise and clear picture of how to naturally manipulate fat-cells receptors to increase fat-burning or reducing activities as opposed to fat-storage and the positive impact exercise and adequate sleep has on this process. This book also shows the reader the importance of and how to design their very own naturally based personalized supplement plan constructed on targeted ( immunity, weight/fat loss, sleep, stress reduction, depression, energy, hair, skin, etc.) supplemental choices. The author also outlines the importance of developing a more-precise bed-time routine to enhance the release of and upregulation of the activity of various healing hormones during sleep. This book also outlines for the reader some proposed associations cancer survivors have at their disposal, as well as future suggested readings on a variety of topics related to cancer survivors, and so much more. While the primary focus here is on improving the quality of life of cancer patients beyond therapy, many of the topics and principles outlined in this expose are applicable tools that can utilized and applied as normal everyday preventive measures.