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6 ways to reduce breast cancer risk!

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Posted in: Breast Cancer Treatment by Dr. Tarang Krishna

While you cannot change some of the breast cancer risk factors such as aging and family history - there are parts which are under your control. Although there is no sure way to prevent breast cancer, but there are a few things you can do which may lower your likelihood of getting cancer. Have a look!

  1. Watch Your Weight - Being obese increase the risk of breast cancer. This is true specially after menopause and for women who gain weight as adults. After menopause, most of the estrogen comes from the fat tissue. Having more fat tissue increases the chances of getting breast cancer by raising estrogen levels. Also, obese women tend to have higher levels of insulin. Higher insulin levels are linked to cancers, including breast cancer.
  2. Avoid exposure to radiation and environmental pollution - Medical-imaging methods uses high doses of radiation. Though more studies and evidence are required, research suggests a link between breast cancer and radiation exposure. As a part of breast cancer treatment and prevention, reduce your exposure by having tests only when necessary.
  3. Limit Alcohol - Research suggests that women who have 2-3 drinks in a day are at a much higher risk compared to women who don’t drink at all. Excessive drinking increases the risk of other cancer types, too. The best cancer hospitals in Delhi NCR recommend to limit yourself to less than 1 drink per day as even small amounts increase the cancer risk.
  4. Avoid or limit the hormone replacement therapy - Hormone therapy was used to control night sweats, hot flashes and other signs of menopause. Researchers know that postmenopausal women take a combination of estrogen and progestin which develop breast cancer. If you decide that the benefits of short-term hormone outweigh the risks, use the lowest dose which works for you and continue to have your doctor monitor the length of time. Breast cancer risk tends to return to normal within 5 years after stopping the combination of hormones.
  5. Quit Smoking - The evidence by cancer specialists and researchers suggest a link between smoking and breast cancer, majorly in premenopausal women. In addition to that, Cancer Healer Center says that not smoking is one of the best things you can do for your overall health.
  6. Be physically active - Physical activity can help you maintain a healthy weight, which in turn, helps prevent breast cancer. For most healthy adults, it is recommended to do at least 150 minutes a week of moderate activity or 75 minutes of vigorous aerobic activity weekly. You can also do strength training twice a week.

However, besides this be vigilant about breast cancer detection. If you notice any changes in your breasts, such as a new lump or skin changes, consult the doctor and start with the breast cancer treatment immediately.

Have more questions? Contact Cancer Healer Center now!

About The Author

Dr. Tarang Krishna

Dr. Tarang Krishna, Director at Cancer Healer Center, is the perfect epitome of perseverance and dedication.

He has an impressive educational background to his credit. He completed his under-graduation in Medicine and Surgery from Pune, India and did his MD (Hom) from Agra University, India.Thesis on MD was on "Treatment of cancer" where he presented cases of almost 100 patients and the response of the medicines in the treatment of cancer. He then completed his Ph.d in Oncology from the United Kingdom and his thesis on the ‘Efficacy of Medicines in the Treatment of Cancer’ is greatly commemorated and honored.

He befittingly represents alternate medicine and has contributed significantly towards the development and research of immunotherapy.

Through his nationwide chain of “Cancer Healer Center” clinics he strives to offer superior cancer treatment, using immunotherapy.

24 Aug, 2018
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