Got Cancer? Stopping Smoking Increases Your Chances Of Living 100%

Lung Cancer Patients and Smoking: It’s Not Too Late to Quit

Smokers who have been diagnosed with early-stage lung cancer, and immediately quit smoking, can increase their survival chances by 100% over 5 years compared to similar patients who don’t quit. These statistics are the findings of a review conducted in the UK by the University of Birmingham and made available online this year by the British Medical Journal.

The review considered ten separate studies, with the goal of determining whether tobacco cessation could have an effect on lung cancer death frequency and general prognosis for smokers after they’ve developed the disease. The reviewers took differing study quality and design into account.

The analysis of these studies shows that early stage patients who went on smoking were considerably more likely to die, and more likely to have tumor recurrence after initial treatment, than comparable post-diagnosis quitters. Cancer progression appeared to account for most of the higher death rate, the data show.

The review also finds a very substantial increase in the quitters’ survival rate over a five year period after their initial diagnoses: 63-70% for those who gave up smoking as opposed to 29-33% for continuing smokers. Twice as many quitters as non-quitters were still alive five years after learning they had early cancer. Overall, the review’s authors say it supports the view that lung tumor behavior is strongly affected by continued tobacco use. They recommend further research, but strongly recommend that tobacco quitting programs be offered to early stage cancer patients.

The British Medical Journal’s accompanying editorial emphasizes the study’s point: it’s not too late to quit.

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If Your Child Is Obese They Have A 40% Risk Of Acid Reflux Disease

California Study: Extreme Obesity in Children Increases Esophagus Reflux Risk by 40 Percent

Children who are extremely obese have a 40 percent greater likelihood of developing gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) than normal-weight children, according to a large-scale study completed earlier this year by managed-care insuror Kaiser Permanente of Oakland, California. Additional findings showed that moderately obese children run a 30 percent greater risk than normal children. The International Journal of Pediatric Obesity has published the study online.

These results reveal a childhood obesity/GERD correlation that had already been shown in adults. The Kaiser study analyzed the computerized health records of a cross-section of over 690,000 children, aged 2-19 years, enrolled in the company’s Southern California Integrated Health Plan during 2007-08.

Frequent symptoms of chronic gastroesophageal reflux disease – the flow of stomach contents upward into the esophagus – may affect 8 to 20 percent of US children, varying with age and body mass index. The esophagus can become inflamed, and GERD can contribute to asthma, chronic coughs, and inflammation of the larynx or voicebox. If gastroesophageal reflux isn’t treated, the inflammation develops into permanent damage to the esophagus’ lining.

There is a strong relationship between GERD and esophageal cancer, the fastest growing cancer in the Western world. Although other forms of cancer are declining in frequency, esophageal cancer is expected to double in the next two decades, and many researchers suspect a relationship with the current epidemic of obesity.

If you need a nutritionist  in helping your child lose weight and prevent or overcome acid reflux call me at 201.618.3534 for a no charge phone consult.

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Migraine, Depression And Chronic Pain For IBS Sufferers by N.J. Doctor

Migraine, Depression And Chronic Pain For IBS Sufferers

People with irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) are more likely to suffer migraines or depression than other individuals.

In the largest study of its kind, J. Alexander Cole and colleagues from Boston University, found that IBS suffers were 40% more likely to suffer from depression and 60% more likely to suffer from migraines. The occurrence of fibromyalgia was 1.8 times greater in these individuals to.

In addition to the usual symptoms of IBS; diarrhea, bloating, cramping; constipation; nausea, headache, depression or anxiety, Cole and other doctors now fear that many more problems could visit the IBS (Irritable Bowel Syndrome) sufferer.

One in every five Americans has some form of the ailment, making it one of the most commonly diagnosed modern day disorders. And although the condition can’ be cured, it can be maintained and controlled.

A healthy diet is the first step to keeping irritable bowel syndrome under control. Stress management to will serve a person well in keeping their symptoms from flaring and hopefully avoiding all the additional problems IBS (Irritable Bowel Sybdrome) can cause. Seeking a sound diagnosis, working with a trained professional in nutrition and mental health will help to keep the IBS, migraines and depression in check.

I have worked with hundreds of clients dealing with IBS (Irritable Bowel Syndrome), depression and Migraines and have had significant relief with most people. Call 201.618.3534 or email me at Rob@drrobertg.com

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Proton Pump Inhibitors (Acid Reflux Pills) See Unexpected Consequence

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More than 50 percent of adults in Western countries have occasional symptoms of acid reflux, and PPIs or Proton Pump Inhibitors are among the most widely prescribed classes of medications for sufferers to use. But according to the authors of a recent study, there is a growing body of literature suggesting that acid alone is not the only cause of tissue damage in reflux disease, and subsequently PPIs will not be effective at treating all cases of GERD and LPR.

The authors of the study warn it is too early to make global recommendations about PPI prescriptions but they do want to raise the clinical awareness of this medication class.

In addition they are calling for appropriate evaluation and monitoring of patients taking PPIs and urge doctors to consider a more holistic approach of diet and lifestyle changes to battle GERD and LPR.

There is also evidence to suggest some consequences and side effects from PPI’s, including increased rates of hip fractures-possibly do to altered calcium absorption-an as yet unproven altered vitamin B12 and iron absorption, increased odds of the PPI user to acquire associated diarrhea and increased odds of contracting community-acquired pneumonia.

Acid reflux diseases are ever on the rise in patients these days, might a natural, less invasive, scientifically sound alternative help a suffering populace?

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Children’s Constipation – A Growing Trend Thats Easy To Fix

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Worsening Constipation in Children

Though most doctors generally agree to treating mild constipation in some of the children they see, gastroenterologists at Johns Hopkins Children’s Center report what they believe is a current troubling trend of ever more children with more serious chronic bouts of poor moving bowels.

Attributing a modern day lack of physical activity, inadequate water intake and fiber-poor diets, doctor’s like Maria Oliva-Hemker, M.D. report that most children have functional constipation, suffering through fewer than three bowel movements a week for three, not necessarily consecutive months each year.

“…too many children are either not treated at all, start treatment too late or are treated inadequately, leading to persistent, severe and chronic constipation…” the doctor says.

The myth that constipation usually goes away on its own, either from the child outgrowing it or changing their diet is simply not true in the face of ever more chronic constipation of children these days.

Constipation develops slowly over time, usually beginning when a child starts to hold back bowel movements. Disrupted brain-colon signaling results in the constipated child’s stool building up in their colon, stretching it beyond its normal shape and size. The longer the stool stays in the colon, the harder and larger it gets, making bowel movements painful.

Signs a parents should be aware of are abdominal bloating and a feeling of fullness, straining with bowel movements, lumpy, hard stools and/or small pellet-like stools, accompanied by a sensation of incomplete emptying of the bowel. Children may also refuse to go to the toilet and experiences underwear soiling and bedwetting.

Beyond assuring your child drink plenty of water, exercise and eat a diet rich in fiber rich food like fruits and vegetables, they should also be taught not to “hold” or ignore the urge to move their bowel.

“There is a subset of the population suffering from this benign, yet often debilitating condition that is often under-treated and only gets worse over time,” Oliva-Hemker says.

“And no amount of fiber or prune juice will help a child with serious chronic constipation.”

A  holistic alternative doctor or nutritionist can get your child-and your entire family-on a healthy diet, natural supplements and a good regiment of consistent safe exercise, assuring everyone of good bowel health.

Thank you for taking the time to read my article.  If you are interested in my services for children with digestive problems feel free to call me at 201.618.3534 to speak at no charge or click the link here.

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Managing Your Crohn’s Disease With Natural Remedies And Diet

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If you have Crohn’s Disease, there’s nothing like a flare-up to make you feel like the disease is running your life. Take heart! There are plenty of simple, effective things you can do about your diet and your everyday habits to put yourself more firmly in control, and put inflammatory bowel disease (Crohn’s, Colitis, Ulcerative Colitis) symptoms in their place.

What foods in your diet could be effecting your Chron’s disease?

Science has come up with a link between diet, nutrition and Crohn’s – but maybe you’ve noticed (or you may just suspect) that some foods make the abdominal pain, gas, diarrhea, and other distressing symptoms worse, especially during a flare-up.

Here’s a fundamental first step to discover which foods in your diet plan are the culprits: keep a diary of everything you eat, and track your symptoms, day by day. If you’re sensitive to particular kinds of food, you’ll soon see the pattern. Some diet and nutrition issues for many Crohn’s suffers include:

  • “Gassy” foods in general. You may be painfully aware already of how you’re affected by typical problem foods — beans, corn, raw    fruits, cabbage-family vegetables, including Brussels sprouts and broccoli, spicy dishes, alcohol, caffeine. Eliminating or limiting the ones that bother your Crohn’s is simple once your diary has identified them.
  • Dairy products. Like many people, inflammatory bowel disease (Colitis, Crohns) sufferers can be lactose intolerant, meaning they don’t digest milk sugar. Cut down on milk, cheeses, yogurt, etc., or use an enzyme supplement like Lactaid to aid lactose digestion.
  • Fatty foods. Fat content is a particular problem for upper-intestine Crohn’s suffers, as that’s where fat is normally digested. Watch out for aggravated symptoms when you eat creamy sauces, butter, margarine, and fried foods.
  • Fiber – good or bad? Inflammatory bowel disease makes that question a little harder to answer.  Raw, fresh veggies and fruits,whole grains, nuts, and seeds are excellent for good nutrition, but come can possibly make you feel bloated and miserable. Stewing or baking vegetables will make them more digestible. Your diary may reveal that you’re fine with some fiber rich foods, sensitive to others. If you want to start a high-fiber diet, be sure to consult with your holistic natural doctor or nutritionist.
  • Meal size and liquid intake. It’s not unusual with Crohn’s to find that five or six small meals per day leave you feeling better than the usual three. Give it a try — and it’s fun to snack, anyway. Another important point: make sure to drink plenty of fluids daily, with water being the drink of choice. Bearing in mind the cautions about caffeine, dairy, raw juices and gassy things like soda, you can use your diary (and read labels when you shop) to find out what suits you best.

Vitamins, minerals, and nutrition advice

Inflammatory bowel disease (Crohns, Colitis, Ulcerative Colitis) interferes with the body’s ability to extract nutrients from food. Also, there’s a tendency for your diet and vitamin mineral status to become limited over time, and that limits the range of minerals and vitamins you’re getting. Multivitamin and mineral supplements can  help a lot, but don’t just grab a bottle off the shelf. You’re an individual with a unique body: here’s where you need to consult with a holistic natural doctor or clinical nutritionist, to find out which supplements you need. That’s especially true if your diet has become restricted and/or you’ve lost weight.

And then there’s stress

“Stress” – a word that covers everything from dealing with an annoying phone call to changing jobs to grieving for a lost loved one. We all experience it,it’s part of being alive. But Crohn’s sufferers can manage stress so that its painful effects on their systems – the increased acid, the altered digestive rates – can be minimized. And it’s not difficult to do.

Exercise

You don’t have to join a gym, or take up marathon running, or lift weights. The simplest activities, like daily walks, can have a wonderfully calming influence on your body and mind. Your doctor should  be able to suggest what will fit best into your life.

Biofeedback

A de-stressing technique learned by using a biofeedback machine, usually at doctors offices and other natural health centers. You learn how to modify the machine’s signals by lowering your heart rate and relaxing your muscles, and then to achieve the same state without the machine, so you can “take it home with you”.

Breathing and relaxation exercises

Another example of how a little can do a lot of good. For instance, the simplest yoga-based breathing and meditational routines can significantly reduce tension, and benefit the body. You feel improvement right away, and it needn’t take a lot of time. Relaxation techniques can be learned from classes, books, or  CDs or DVDs.

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Hypnotherapy/Hypnosis Treatment for Anxiety and Anxiety Disorders

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Worries and concerns are realities of everyday life. Mostly, we deal with them pretty well. But when the level of worry and fear rises to the point where we start experiencing physical symptoms, health professionals call it anxiety. The body’s instinctive “fight-or-flight” reaction to danger goes into overdrive and persists when there’s no longer any actual threat. It may be situational – a stomachache before an exam or interview, nausea while anticipating a trip to the dentist.

Anxiety can be triggered by physical pain which makes the pain worse – and can go away once the situation has passed. In some cases, however, it can become chronic, a psychological anxiety disorder associated with obsessive thoughts, phobias and distressing physical symptoms that can disrupt the person’s life and adversely affect their health. Adult sufferers of varying degrees of anxiety disorder are estimated in the tens of millions.

How Does Hypnotherapy/Hypnosis Work?

Hypnotherapy/hypnosis can be an effective treatment, both for situational anxiety and anxiety disorders. The hypnosis therapist guides the client into a relaxed  mind-body state. Then the negative thoughts causing the anxiety can be replaced with positive, reality-based ideas imprinted on the subconscious mind, which frees the person to cope, and regain control of their life.

  • For pain anxiety and other situational, non-psychological anxiety – for instance, a patient anticipating surgery — therapists use   suggestion hypnotherapy/hypnosis. During the hypnotized state, the therapist makes positive suggestions to help the client release their worries. The therapist also teaches techniques for dealing with the physical symptoms – breathing exercises, controlling mental    imagery, and behavior modification techniques among them. To help when you have a “bout” of anxiety, your hypnosis therapist can teach on-the-spot skills in deep breathing, or how to interrupt and refocus your thoughts, that will allow you to deal with it then and there. As you learn to master your mental/physical sensations, your self-confidence returns, and anxiety ebbs.
  • With anxiety disorders, the goal of hypnotherapy or hypnosis is to get at the root of the phobias that drive the anxiety, which are often hidden from the client. Bringing these past experiences and fear-inducing ideas into the light of full consciousness lets the person explore them rationally and re-process them, gradually robbing them of their potency.

Why does it work? A phobia can be described as a learned fear reaction, originally to a past event, that has taken on an uncontrollable life of its own through repetition over time. The hypnotic state allows the therapist to guide the client back to the forgotten event – the birth of the phobia, so to speak.

The person in hypnosis retains their normal ability to learn and respond to new experience and ideas, so the therapist can help them detach the old event from the fearful thoughts and sensations that they’ve learned to link to it. The memory is still there, but now the client, still in the relaxed hypnotic state, can learn to link it with more positive, healthful associations. When situations that would have triggered irrational anxiety occur now in everyday life, the client can respond with less fear and more confidence.

A Hypnotherapy/Hypnosis Session Described

First the therapist and client will discuss the anxiety problems in a general way. Then the hypnosis therapist will gradually guide the patient into a trancelike, relaxed state using a combination of relaxation suggestions and suggested mental imagery. The hypnotized/hypnosis state of consciousness is rather like that of meditation, or prolonged day-dreaming.

Contrary to the images in old thriller movies, hypnotized persons retain full use of their free will and self-control. They do become increasingly open to suggestion, which aids in the conquest of anxiety – and as the level of awareness deepens, external stimuli in the environment no longer distract, blood pressure goes down, breathing and heart rate slow.

Now the client, guided by the therapist’s skill and suggestions, can access the old seed-memories, detach them from fear-generating emotions, and learn new ways to cope with the life situations that have been causing distress. Then the hypnosis therapist guides the client back to normal consciousness. The session wraps up with a general discussion about the client’s experience.

Most sessions last about one hour, and most clients show improvement within one to ten sessions.

Who Can Be Hypnotized And Put Into A State Of Hypnosis?

Most people can be hypnotized. Understandably, it helps to be working with a therapist who inspires confidence, with whom you feel comfortable; this helps you to slip into the therapeutic hypnotic trance more easily. Children from ages nine to twelve are usually good hypnotic subjects, and  may show improvement very quickly, after as little as one or two sessions.

Email Dr. Robert at rob@drrobertg.com or call 201.618.3534 to discuss natural options to overcoming anxiety.

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A Little Soy In Your Diet Can Prevent Breast Cancer..

A recent study published in November, 2010 found that increasing phytoestrogens, from dietary soy food sources found it decreased the risk of some types of breast cancer. These findings are presented at the Ninth Annual Cancer Prevention Research Conference, held in Nov in Philadelphia.

Anne Weaver, a graduate student at the University at Buffalo and research assistant at Roswell Park Cancer Institute stated, “This study was unique in that we investigated specific subtypes of breast cancer.”

The breast cancer study showed that women with the highest isoflavone intake from diet had a 30 percent reduced risk of having an invasive breast cancer tumor.

Conclusions from the study by menopausal status showed that: Among women who are  premenopausal, the highest intake of dietary isoflavones had a 30 percent decreased risk of stage I cancer, a 70 percent decreased risk of a cancer tumor larger than 2 cm, and a 60 percent reduced risk of having stage 2 breast cancer. These conclusions were not observed among women who were post menopausal.

Not all soy foods are created the same. Some are potentially harmful. If you want diet advice and holistic alternative treatments for Cancer  or prevention. Call Dr. Robert at 201.618.3534 or click here to be taken to my contact page.

Vitamin B12 and Brain Shrinkage

According to a recent study published in the journal Neurology, higher B12 levels may protect against brain shrinkage in the elderly.

David Smith and Anna Vogiatzoglou of the University of Oxford in Britain led this study learning that people in the upper third of vitamin B12 levels were six times less likely to experience brain shrinkage than those in the lowest third.

The study involved 107 healthy people ages 61 to 87.

“Our study suggests, but does not prove, that by modifying our vitamin B12 status, we might be able to protect our brain and so possibly prevent cognitive decline,” said Smith.

“What we can say is that our results suggest that rather than maintaining one’s B12 at a level that is just above the cut-off for deficiency, it might be prudent to aim to keep it higher up the normal range.”

There are plenty of foods you can add to your diet that are a good source of vitamin B12, like milk, other dairy products, fish, meat and fortified breakfast cereals.

Vitamin B12 helps in the formation of red blood cells and is important for the maintenance of the central nervous system. Deficiencies in the vitamin can lead to anemia and neurological damage.

As has been true through all studies and medical data a balanced diet with hearty exercise will simply keep one healthier than a lifestyle lived without it. Vitamin supplementation is also a prudent course of action but should not be attempted without supervision; in some cases taking too much of one vitamin or supplement can be harmful to one’s health.

The best course of action is to seek out the advice of nutritionist/natural health adviser like myself,  Dr. Robert Galarowicz. Located in Bergen County New Jersey serving the surrounding areas like Passaic, Rockland and Orange County.

Americans Need More Vitamin D To Be Healthy

Researchers from the University of Colorado Denver School of Medicine found three out of four Americans had insufficient levels of vitamin D, the so called “sunshine vitamin”. Ironic as it is: spending 10 minutes in the sun with legs and arms exposed can help to battle the deficiency our modern world allows us ever more time to sit indoors working or playing on computers and not enough time out and about.

“But people’s habits have changed … they are less active and outdoors less, and also protecting their skin from the sun because of skin cancer risk,” said Dr. Adit Ginde said in the Colorado study.

Vitamin D is vital to bone health but recent discoveries show many types of cells in the body contain vitamin D receptors, which indicates they use vitamin D in some way. The vitamin regulates 1,000 genes, Dr. Ginde said, and is believed to have a role in preventing cardiovascular disease and cancer, and regulating the immune system.

The good news is that, besides getting one’s self out for a walk. Foods like fish and most dairy products contain a good amount of vitamin D. But as Dr. Ginde cautions, “the amounts in dairy are primarily designed to keep people from falling into the deficient category. Given the current guidelines, most Americans could use more vitamin D.”

Supplementation and that all important healthy diet, plus a good regiment of exercise-outdoors as much as possible-will help get Americans back on track where their vitamin D deficiencies are concerned. If you’re looking for a tailor-made diet regime and supplementation plan to address you’re individual needs feel free to contact me.