How to Prevent Breast Cancer: The Role of Emotional Stress & What You Can Do About It

Did you realize that ongoing emotional stress can cause hormonal imbalances, weaken the immune system, and increase your risk for breast cancer?

In this 3-minute clinic we discuss the steps you can take to alleviate emotional tension, create emotional balance, and lower your breast cancer risk.

For more information on building your body’s natural breast-cancer fighting capacity, join us for a FREE WEBINAR!

  • By April Gregory, October 31, 2011 @ 3:13 am

    The more I learn about breast cancer the more I see how lifestyle is a huge part of prevention. For a long time I was under the belief that breast cancer was largely genetic. I guess not.

  • By Kerry Stewart, October 31, 2011 @ 3:47 am

    Early on I figured that my husband and I needed to reduce our stress levels because they weren’t healthy. We opted for guys and gals nights out. Raising out kids we always felt compelled to be a part of everything and we never had time for ourselves. this lack of time created more stress for us and towards each other. We don’t feel it like we used to now that we take time off from the family now and again.

  • By sdsw10, October 31, 2011 @ 3:49 am

    My wife says I’m too stressed out from the kids, but I try not to be. I guess it’s just my nature.

  • By Dean Higgins, October 31, 2011 @ 4:55 am

    Reduce stress and prevent many cancers. Less stress allows your body to better fight off the bad cells that we all get with aging.

  • By Loverboy, October 31, 2011 @ 5:36 am

    The long term stress is the killer. I had a relationship a while ago that was nothing but stress. I never felt good and it wasn’t until we decided to stop dating that I could finally feel the stress leaving my body and I could find that balance again.

  • By Lucille Beasley, October 31, 2011 @ 7:49 am

    Emotional stress makes up the largest part of my stress. Some days I feel so out of wack.

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