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Management of cancer pain with complementary therapies.
Pain is one of the most feared consequences of cancer. Pain is a major symptom in 75% of hospitalized cancer patients. Poorly relieved pain contributes to the suffering of the patient and family, which may motivate them to seek additional complementary and alternative therapies. Evidence-based complementary therapies are being used for symptom control and to improve quality of life. There is recent research on several complementary therapies-acupuncture, mind-body therapies, massage, reflexology, and Reiki--that provides evidence for pain management. These therapies are not well utilized due to a lack of information on benefits, risks, and resources. There is a call for education to alert patients, families, nurses, and physicians to the benefits of evidence-based complementary therapies and to the dangers of "unproven" cancer therapies. Oncology nurses are ideally positioned to assess patients' pain, to educate patients, to determine with the patient and physician the most appropriate and safe complementary therapy for pain, to refer patients to appropriate resources, and in some cases to provide the therapy itself. This article will discuss specific complementary therapies for pain control and will arm nurses with the confidence to intervene with knowledge, referrals, and ideas for hands-on implementation.
Your dominant thoughts become your reality. In fact, your brain and body actually restructure to fit how you think.This session will show you how to change your thoughts and change your life in ways that you’ve probably never imagined.
Knowing how to manage your money and finances starts inside your mind.This session is designed to help you adjust your attitudes toward money and wealth. You will feel more confident in your ability to make your money work harder for you.
Let’s face it. More than likely you have the same brain and same physiology as the most prodigious genius and top Olympic athlete. Yes, an inventory of your brain sectors, organs, and muscle groups show a surprising similarity to the top performers. Yet, why haven’t you achieved such greatness? This is a question that I’ve asked for several decades. It surprised me what I discovered.
Our first obstacle is that each and every one of us is programmed to be mediocre. Think about this for a moment. Back when you were in school, two groups of people were often criticized. These were the...
For many people, cigarette smoking began at an early age. Usually this habit starts during a person’s teen years although we have seen it start even earlier. Normally, peer pressure or the influence or the example of parents was somehow involved in the decision to smoke the first cigarette. Also, depending on a person’s age, they may have been influenced by advertising, which was legal at one time in America.
Once this “social reason” for smoking initiated the act, there are two basic reasons why the act of smoking became and addiction. First is the addictive nature of nicotine. Nicotine...
During a person's life, they will most certainly encounter many forms of anxiety. Anxieties related to test taking are very common. A version of this that occurs quite frequently is driving test anxiety, which is just another form of performance anxiety. As with just about every anxiety, a person can see significant results when hypnosis is used.
In order to understand this, you need to appreciate the nature of an anxiety. And anxiety is a psychological reaction that involves the human ability to anticipate and simulate as well as the instinctual drive to survive. Therefore, it is very...