Preparing for chemotherapy

Preparing for chemotherapy and surgery can seem overwhelming on top of getting diagnosed and wondering how your daily life will change.  There are many things that will change but I have to tell you that you will grow in ways you didn’t know were possible.  I truly believe that God will only give us what we can handle.  These are all lessons in life and we choose how we want to handle and learn from these experiences. I want to share my journey with you and this is like therapy for me too because I love helping others.  If my experiences can help you even a little that is awesome.   Here are some things that I did that have helped me through this journey thus far.   These items I used during chemotherapy and surgery.  🙂    After surgery and also during chemotherapy there may be times you are in bed and don’t have a lot of energy.  I suggest getting a little Amazon echo dot.  It is awesome you can ask it to play music, tell you jokes, use it for timers, and to turn lights off and on. Electronics This is the Amazon echo dot we have.  You can check it out Here   This gadget was given to me by my Dad.  After surgery he had the echo set up with a plug that is compatible to the...

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About Alternative Cancer Treatments at CMN Hospital

When choosing where I would go for Alternative Cancer Treatments I did some research based on clinical studies already conducted in the USA.  However, some of these treatments were not available to me unless I fit into the requirements for the clinical trials being offered.  Most of which included chemo, surgery, and radiation.  All of which were something I was not interested in starting at the beginning of my healing journey with breast cancer.  

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I had the signs and symptoms of breast cancer but it was missed

Signs/symptoms-breast cancer Let me start from the beginning.   In February of 2016 I went to the Doctor to follow up on what I thought was an injury.  I had a lump on my left side above my chest.  I thought it was from a strain. I was referred to an orthopedic and he took xray and then came in with concern on his face.  He looked at me and expressed that I should get tested for bartonella and look into breast cancer. Thankfully, my husband happened to be with me for this appointment and of course I left...

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Homemade Room Spray Recipes for Winter

WHY SHOULD YOU MAKE  HOMEMADE ROOM SPRAY So many of the home deodorizer/fragrance sprays that are on the market today are toxic.  I would imagine if you knew how toxic these fragrances were you would not want to continually expose your family to these toxins. The fragrances in these room deodorizer sprays are made in a lab and have toluene in them.  Toluene is a petrochemical that is neurotoxic. Chemicals that are neuro-toxic can damage neurotransmitters in your brain.  Neurotransmitters tell our hearts to beat, they regulate sleep,  and digestion.  OUR WORLD TODAY IS TOXIC! LET’S CONTROL THE TOXINS WE...

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7 Best Essential Oil Blends to support overall wellness

My favorite essential oil blend recipes These are 7 of my best essential blends I use to support overall wellness. Roller ball blends with 11 essential oils from kit My favorite homemade blends Essential oil blends are meant to support and let me tell you we always are certain to support my hubby during the change in seasons.  I actually call this one our Quarterly support because with new quarters come new goals, commitments, and challenges, too. This is our favorite blend that we created here is recipe… 🙂 Quarterly Support 5 drops of Thieves 5 drops Lavender 5 drops...

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Underactive Thyroid symptoms Common in Today’s World

If you are like so many you may have underactive thyroid symptoms, that are common in today’s toxic world. Here are some of the symptoms of underactive thyroid function for so many of us. Keep in mind if you are taking thyroid medication and still feel some or all of these symptoms you should find yourself a functional medicine Doctor that will medicate you properly. Underactive Thyroid Symptoms Sluggishness Hair Loss Weight Gain Memory Loss Muscle/Joint pain/stiffness Lack of Focus Brittle Nails Swelling of hands, feet, ankles, face/neck areas High Cholesterol Sleep disturbances/Lack of Sleep Low sex drive Let’s...

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