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Cancer Treatment Hypnosis - Interview and Demonstration of Hypnotherapy Post-Surgery
The influences of Chan-Chuang qi-gong therapy on complete blood cell counts in breast cancer...
Full Title: The influences of Chan-Chuang qi-gong therapy on complete blood cell counts in breast cancer patients treated with chemotherapy
After surgery, breast cancer patients are offered adjuvant chemotherapy to avoid cancer cell spread. During chemotherapy process, neutrophils could fall relatively, and side effects could spike to the peak. Therefore, the medical care personnel should prevent the progression of the side effects. This study aimed to examine the effects of Chan-Chuang qi-gong therapy on complete blood counts in breast cancer patients treated with chemotherapy. This study used a quasi-experimental design. The experiment group (n = 32) received a 21-day Chan-Chuang qi-gong therapy, whereas the control group (n = 35) did not. White blood cells, platelet, and hemoglobin were measured on the day before chemotherapy and on days 8, 15, and 22 during chemotherapy. According to this study, there were significant differences in white blood cells (F = 115.76, P <.001), platelets (F = 25.29, P <.001), and hemoglobin (F = 15.39, P <.001) over the 3-week therapy between the experiment and control groups. Chan-Chuang qi-gong therapy may decrease leukopenia in breast cancer patients treated with chemotherapy. It is recommended conducting more studies on qi-gong and then introducing it in clinical nursing practice at an appropriate time to promote quality of nursing care and quality of patient life.
Cancer Nurs. 2006 Mar-Apr;29(2):149-55. Yeh ML, Lee TI, Chen HH, Chao TY. Graduate Institute of Integration of Traditional Chinese Medicine with Western Nursing, National Taipei College of Nursing, Taipei City, Taiwan, ROC. email@example.com
Many people have a very big problem with being able to forgive others. Often their difficulty is to the fact their memory of a particularly uncomfortable event causes them to physically relive the unpleasantness that originally occurred. Hypnotherapists call this phenomenon revivification. This is especially severe when a person has obsessive thoughts during which they ruminate. When you combine a tendency to ruminate with a revivification, it becomes practically impossible for someone to forgive.
Therefore, in severe instances a person’s inability to forgive is much like any other...
When you look in the mirror, do you see you own worst critic? Yes, I know that you are aware of every failing, mistake, and goof that you’ve made during your life. Well, you are not alone. All of us see that person staring back at us. On the other hand, what you are probably not seeing are all the positive things that you have accomplished in your life. My favorite Christmas movie is It’s a Wonderful Life starring Jimmy Stewart and Donna Reid. For me the most memorable quote in the movie is when Clarence the angel sent to help the George Bailey, the main character who is played by...
Grieving is natural. It is a process that happens when we are adjusting our minds and bodies when we encounter a feeling of loss of someone or something. At its extreme it may be the loss of a loved one, a close friend, or a pet. It can also happen when there is a major disruption in your life. This could occur when a relationship ends, there is a job loss, or some other firmly established routine gets disrupted. It is important to realize that this process has a beginning and an end. When the end never seems to occur, then help may be warranted.