Simple steps on how to prevent and cure cancer
Cancer is a dangerous disease that may attack any part of the body. It is not respected of age, sex, or race. Cancer may develop on any person, but it is more likely to occur after one is thirty-five years of age.
In the U.S, 1,000 people or more die from cancer everyday. Many of the cases could have been prevented. Recent research on cancer indicate a relationship between cancer and diet.
So much that some research groups are saying in male some forms of cancer may be 30-40% diet related and 50-60% diet related in females. The evidence is that high fat diet are associated with an increased incidence of breast, prostrate and colon cancer.
The prudent anticancer diet is made up of basically fruits, vegetables and whole grains cereals and dietary fiber. People are strongly urged to eat more less visible fats of all types, saturated and unsaturated. Cancer is seen to be disorderly and an uncontrolled mass of cells that seems to grow wildly.
Auspiciously, many forms of cancer can be detected early and proper treatment instituted in time will result in almost a sure cure. Cancer is not hereditary, but some people have inherited a strong tendency towards high blood pressure.
Fortunately, the major number of tumour or abnormal growths on or in the body are not cancer. For example, only 1 out of 5 cases of masses in the breast turns out to be cancerous or not. They must consult a well-trained doctor to determined the nature of this abnormal growth.
Delay to see the doctor could be very dangerous and could cost the life of the person. Cancer develops frequently in the skin, mouth or gastrointestinal organs. Wherever there us chronic inflammation or irritation, cancer is more likely to occur.
Sign and symptoms
In this article I will be discus seven danger signals that are good to keep in mind relating to cancer. A person would do well to watch out for these and go to a qualified doctor on time.
- Any sore that does not heal in 3 to 8 weeks.
Any recent lump or thickening on the breast or elsewhere.
Unusual bleeding or discharge from body openings.
Change in wart or mole on the skin. Those located in friction areas should be remove before change come in them.
Persistent hoarseness over 3 weeks duration or a chronic cough
Difference in normal bowel or bladder habits.
How to avoid cancer
Here are some suggestions on how to avoid
- Avoid chronic irritation in any form
Take a regular thorough physical examination yearly. This includes for the woman a pap smear.
Have all suspicious tissues removed or treated.
Take good care of your mouth and teeth.
Avoid inhaling irritating fumes including tobacco smoke.
Investigate any persistent cough.
Avoid tight clothing that causes irritation.
Keep skin clean. In some parts of the world, two baths a day may need to be taken instead of one.
Dr Dennis Burkitt an internationally known epistemologist has reportedly said that people in countries with westernized life style, if they would stop smoking and eat correctly.