Top Ten Holiday Trimming Tips

1. Drink your water. Have you hit your 64-128 ounces of non-caloric fluids? Remember, hunger and thirst signals can feel the same, so drink first then eat.   2. Never arrive at a holiday party, luncheon or dinner with an empty stomach. We know to apply this when...

Trust the Timing in Your Life

Trust the timing of your life. Trust that where you are at in your life at the moment is the right place and the thing you need most. Life isn’t a race so slow down. When you consciously decide to take your foot off the gas long enough, you'll realize that your other...

The Ultimate Guide to Mindfulness Meditation

Mindfulness meditation is a key element to reducing stress and increasing happiness that you can learn in just a few minutes. This meditation practice calls you to pay attention and focus on what you are experiencing in the present moment like the speed and flow of...

Life After Cancer – be Happy Again

You have finally beaten cancer. And for a while you feel awesome. Yet the feeling of waiting for the other shoe to drop is always foremost on your mind. However, there are certain things you can do to make the transition back to your pre-cancer, happy self....

Healthy Body, Healthy Life

One forward-thinking oncologist is a pioneer in exercise for breast cancer patients and survivors. More than 20 years ago, one of the organizers of the 1995 Danskin Women’s Triathlon Series approached Dr. Julie Gralow, a Seattle oncologist, and asked her to put...

Next Steps After a Breast Cancer Diagnosis

After you’ve had time to grasp the reality of your breast cancer diagnosis, it’s important to take small steps each day. Doing so may help you in big ways. Research and Information Find out as much as you can about your diagnosis. If you stumble upon aspects or...

Breast Cancer Treatment Journal

In recognition of Breast Cancer Awareness month, we continue with the final excerpt from Ken Wachsberger's book, Your Partner Has Breast Cancer: 21 Ways to Keep Sane as a Support Person on Your Journey from Victim to Survivor. “Emily still has some hair, though it’s...

Buying a Wig After Cancer

Cancer is a devastating disease that, once you are diagnosed, eats away at the very core of your soul. It becomes even more unbearable as you start losing not only your health, but also everything that made you look and feel beautiful, like your hair. But all isn’t...

Art Therapy for Stress Management

Art therapy is a resource which cancer patients may find very helpful on their journey. As an expression of thoughts, feelings and emotions, art therapy is beneficial in many ways. Coping with the stress and pain of cancer and its treatments can often be daunting and...

Disclaimer: Information provided herein by Her Nexx Chapter are resources designed to help women better understand healthcare alternatives, health awareness, and general medical information. Individuals are urged to consult with qualified healthcare providers for diagnosis and treatment and for answers to their personal health questions. 

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