Simple Lifestyle Changes Can Prevent Cancer, Says Research

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Simple Lifestyle Changes Can Prevent Cancer, Says Research

Cancer is a deadly disease that affects millions of people all over the world. The treatment of cancer is although available, it is effective only if cancer is diagnosed at an early stage. However, most of the cancer patients are diagnosed in the last stage of cancer which narrows down their chances of surviving from cancer.

The previous researches have showed that cancer is caused by numerous factors which include genetic factors and lifestyle. Cancer which is caused by the lifestyle factors is believed to avoidable. Therefore, people are being advised to stay physically active as the cancer rates are increasing rapidly.

It is estimated that by inculcating healthy lifestyle, the rates of cancer can be cut by 35%. If people are encouraged to improve their lifestyle and to go for cancer screening annually then about 50% of cancer cases can be prevented.

There are various types of cancers. Among all, skin cancer is believed to be easily preventable. People are being advised to avoid exposing their skin to sun for long hours as it can cause skin cancer.

The use of sunglasses, sunscreen and hats are advisable as they protect skin from the harmful UV rays emitted by the sun. Everyone knows that use of Tobacco can cause lung cancer. Therefore, people are advised to avoid using tobacco and smoke.

Limiting alcohol intake is also believed to be helpful in preventing cancer. The Cancer Care Ontario has suggested that a woman should drink only one measure of alcohol and a man should have only two measures of alcohol in a day.

Staying fit and healthy is the keep to preventing life threatening diseases. Obesity has been linked to cancer in previous studies. People are advised to stay active and follow healthy diet plan to avoid being obese. The aforementioned points can help people in avoiding being affected with life threatening disease.


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