Benefits of Being Physically Active During or After Breast Cancer Treatment

Most people think that breast cancer is quite dangerous can’t be conquered; however, it must be noted that there is a life beyond breast cancer. So, if you’ve been diagnosed with breast cancer, you should start taking a balanced diet, indulge in exercise and yoga for better results. As women often busy in different types of screening and medications; it is more than important to indulge in regular exercise.

Staying physically active during or after treatment

In fact, staying physically active during or after treatment is quite safe and a great range of benefits. Doctors encourage people to get active and join rehab programs for ultimate advantages. Rehab centres also motivate patients to focus on fitness and exercise to prevent or reduce the “deconditioning” – loss of muscle tone and aerobic fitness

Certain type of physical activity also helps people to ease pain

Certain type of physical activity also helps people to ease pain and side effects of extensive cancer treatment. In fact, exercise can minimise fatigue to help avoid being overweight or reduce the risk of osteoporosis, which itself is quite threatening.

According to experts, regular exercise can improve your mood

According to experts, regular exercise can improve your mood and reduce anxiety, sadness as well as depression. Hence, being active has long-term and effective benefits on health. It also minimise the risk of heart attacks or strokes and even reduce the risk of the cancer striking back. If you are trying to lose weight fast after breast cancer treatment, you can indulge in physical exercise.  Experts recommend 150 minutes of moderate-intensity activity in a week.

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