Take the anxiety and fear out of your cancer treatment and therapy choices. Overcome your panic and make decisions calmly. Liberate yourself from negative beliefs and expectations about your cancer treatment and therapy and go into it with a positive frame of mind.
Cancer: Control and confusion; the turmoil within
Over recent years there has been a shift in attitude and today more people than ever want to be proactively involved in their cancer treatment choices.
Choosing treatments, especially complementary treatments can add their own anxiety and stress. On top of the fear of cancer’s unknowns there is the worry of knowing how to choose a therapy that will support you. You can seem paralysed and unable to make any decisions.
This situation can be very frustrating if you were always able to make choices easily. If choice making is difficult for you anyway, then having to make these choices can make a bad situation worse.
There can be so many choices and for everyone who says something helped them, there is someone else who says the opposite. You want to make informed decisions, you want to tackle it from every possible side, yet you often struggle with getting enough information from the experts.
Discussing various options freely and without prejudice or bias is often perceived to be impossible. The heightened sense of urgency puts you under tremendous pressure and creates a greater level of stress.
You often experience the anger and frustration of wanting to take back control, but of not being able to. There are so many treatments “out there” what do you choose? Do this, don’t do that. It can feel like you are being kicked by both sides, Alternative and Orthodox.
It can leave you reeling. It feels as if it is all about them, their methods and their theories when actually it’s all about you. Your life is at stake and the more you read, the more petrified you become - the images are horrific. The choice of treatments and claims can be bewildering and overwhelming, with people claiming all kinds of “miracle cures”.
Even when you have made your decision, deep down inside you may still have doubts about the treatment itself; will it work for me? What about the side effects? What am I doing to my body? Will I cope? Will my family cope? What if it doesn’t work for me?
The stresses that the treatment brings go beyond the physical side-effects they cause. The fear of the treatment itself and the depression that often follows affect your immune system and hamper your recovery. Your psychological health and the overall quality of your life can also suffer greatly.
What ever decision you make, your fears, worries, stresses, anxieties, perceptions, beliefs and expectations of the treatment will all impact upon the efficacy of the treatment itself and your experience of it. To read more, read our pages onCancer perceptionandexpectation effect.
Your cancer treatment and therapy choices are ultimately down to you, but we can help you take the anxiety and fear out of them.
Regain control, remove the anxiety and fear and go into your cancer treatment wholeheartedly. Find out how by visiting ourconsulting website, orcontact ustoday to book your consultation.
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At The Naked Gene Juggler, we believe that it is very difficult, if not impossible to make an informed choice if you are overwhelmed by fear and are mentally and emotionally overloaded to such an extent that you feel like the proverbial “rabbit in the headlights”.
We also believe that whatever treatments you decide to have, in order to get the best out of that treatment, you need to be fully congruent and go in to your treatment wholeheartedly.
You need to be free from negative beliefs and expectations about your treatment and free from the fears and anxiety surrounding the treatment itself; otherwise the stresses, anxieties, worries and doubts will hamper your every step.
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