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Just hearing the horrible word, cancer, can strike instant fear in to the strongest of hearts. There are many different types of cancer and each type comes with different symptoms. Most of the time, cancer is treated the same way. Gaining knowledge about cancer is the first step to recovery. If you suffer with cancer pain consider using professional hypnotherapy for pain management at Quays Clinic.
Cancer is a disease where the cells in one’s body begin to mutate and grow out of control. Due to the massive cell division tumors, and malignant growths form.
Here are a few symptoms of cancer that can be seen in all of the various cancer types:
Regular annual screenings can diagnose the symptoms of these cancers, and treat them in their very early stages.
Colon cancer is also called colorectal cancer. That is because it involves not only rectal cancer, colon cancer, but also bowel cancer. Unfortunately the symptoms of colon cancer are hard to detect because they do not begin until the disease becomes more advanced.
Some symptoms to look for include:
The early signs of prostate cancer are very similar to testicular cancer. They both cause pain while urinating, pain in the groin area, and swelling. Prostate cancer will also cause a man to have a difficulty in urinating as well as sudden urges to urinate.
Once the symptoms present themselves unfortunately the cancer has a tendency to have already spread. Much like breast cancer, these cancers can often be diagnosed with annual screenings. If caught early enough prostate cancer can be successfully treated.
The main types of lung cancer include small cell lung cancer, non-small cell lung cancer, and lung carcinoid tumor. The most common form of lung cancer, however, is the non-small cell lung cancer. The symptoms include:
Lung cancer spreads quickly so once the symptoms are spotted, treatment must be immediately sought.
The biggest type of cancer is actually skin cancer. There are three main types, melanoma, basal cell and lymphoma. Basal skin cancer is very common and is caused by repeatedly being exposed to the sun. Skin cancer can be prevented for the most part with protection from the sun by using a high factor sunblock.
Don’t expose yourself to the sun for more that fifteen minutes at any one time and wear a wide-brimmed hat of some sort.
Very little is known about stomach cancer except that it affects men more than it does women, and often at retirement age. The most common form of stomach problems is not cancer, but Helicobacter Pylori, which may be a precursor to the cancer.
Liver cancer is difficult to diagnose and very difficult to treat. It can be diagnosed with blood tests and often strikes at people who drink far too much alcohol.
As cancer research grows, cancer treatment continues to improve with more discoveries being made all the time. There are no boundaries for the pain and suffering cancer can cause. Do yourself a favor and make sure that you get regular screening done by your doctor. It’s unbelievable that people put there cars through a MOT but fail to get themselves checked for any symptoms of cancer.
Do not put off an appointment or visit to get screened for cancer.
If you have been diagnosed with having cancer never ever give up fighting it. I am a great believer that scientists do not know everything when it comes to cancer. The mind is an incredibly powerful tool which can be used to fight cancer. Hypnotherapy has long been recognized as an effective way to treat the symptoms of cancer and is invaluable when self-hypnosis is used for pain relief.
If you are looking to find hypnotherapy in Newcastle upon Tyne, Gateshead or Sunderland for help to manage cancer pain contact Quays Clinic. Hypnotherapist Ian Smith is an Internationally respected therapist who has trained many people to use self-hypnosis to combat cancer pain.