Living With Mesothelioma..Can Antioxidants Help?
Living With Mesothelioma
First, it's important to understand what mesothelioma is.
It is a type of
of mesothelial cells.
The outer surface of most of our internal body organs are covered by cells. What these cells do is form a lining...and it is sometimes called mesothelium. This is where the cancer name is derived from.
The areas where it seems to attack most often is in the lungs and abdomen.
Apparently it is most common to contract mesothelioma through exposure and prolonged contact with asbestos.
There are a lot of legal and compensation issues connected with this cancer, just do a 'google' search of the word mesothelioma and you will see for yourself...but we are not here to discuss any of that.
We are just going to briefly discuss the possibility of combating the development of mesothelioma....after having been exposed to asbestos. And it is believed that the way do it is through taking antioxidants.
Many people are now seeking alternative ways to help themselves living with mesothelioma.
They are using methods such as aromatherapy and massage therapy. However some are looking at antioxidants as an alternative too.
As of yet, there is no known cure for mesothelioma.
To get a better understanding of antioxidants you need to
explore this site thoroughly.
However to explain briefly,
are substances that are found naturally in certain foods and also can be taken through
To get an idea of the strength of these foods, check out the
are basically your body's enemy.
Over-production of free radicals
can cause damage to body cells and eventually lead to disease and cancers.
Antioxidants will fight these free radicals and prevent the development of them. By doing this the body’s ability to protect against mesothelioma is greatly increased.
There are many way to take your antioxidants. For instance, you could
eat a rainbow!
Certain kinds of berries
are rich in antioxidants. In short there are
many foods that are high in antioxidants.
By sticking to a balanced diet programme, hopefully you can increase the quality and length of your life living with mesothelioma.
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