Cancer screening

Primary prevention and secondary prevention

Cancer screening refers to the prevention of cancer (primary prevention), on the other hand the detection in due time of cancers at an early, curable stage. This includes maintaining a reasonable lifestyle with a healthy diet, avoiding harmful substances such as cigarettes, too much sun exposure or avoidance of excessive stress.

Cancer screenings (secondary prevention) have the goal of discovering a cancerous tumor in an early stage, so that by the timely initiation of the appropriate therapy healing can be achieved.

The prevention of recurrence after overcoming a cancer diagnosis is referred to as tertiary prevention. Warning signs include:

  • Warts and Moles
  • Persistent cough and hoarseness
  • Regularly persistent swallowing, stomach, intestinal or digestive problems, blood in the stool
  • Newly created nodes or swelling under the skin, breast or testicular
  • unusually heavy menstrual bleeding or discharge
  • Non-healing wounds and ulcers
  • Small amounts of blood in the urine, disorders and pain when urinating.

Active cancer screening

How can I run an active cancer prevention?

1. Healthy balanced diet:

  • several times daily fresh fruit and vegetables
  • Use of fresh foods
  • reduction of animal fats
  • reduction of sugar consumption
  • Adequate intake of fiber
  • Prefer of vegetarian foods
  • Eat foods rich in antioxidants
  • Eat slowly and enjoyable

Examples:

The consumption of 4 - 5 x cabbage per week reduces the risk of bladder or breast cancer.

Curcuma (makes curry yellow) is considered food with cleansing properties for the body. Curcuma is especially helpful in gastrointestinal, skin and liver cancer.

2. Detoxification:

Opportunities exist through the intestine by colon hydrotherapy or enemas; stabilization of "detoxification organs" liver, kidney, skin, lymph;

Liver packs; diluted herb, fruit and vegetable juices. Particularly Mild to moderate whole body hyperthermia has in "detoxification protocols" proved to be excellent.

3. Exercise:

Can also strengthen defenses against cancer.

Examples: Walking, running, biking, swimming.

4. Learn various relaxation techniques:

Autogenic training, yoga, Simonton, visualization, 2-point method....

Numerous studies have shown that positive thoughts, joy and laughter are increasing the activities of the immune cells.

For example. The American Psycho oncologist Dr. Carl Simonton deployed the art of imagination and visualization, which are using the imagination to support physical recovery processes in their action. His American colleague, Dr. David Spiegel showed that a serial group psychotherapy prolonged the survival of high-risk breast cancer patients highly significantly.

Cancer prevention plan Ordination Dr. Kleef:

Creating an individual laboratory analysis, including possibly toxic pollutants (vitamins, trace elements, immune system, toxic profiles)

Orthomolecular substitution after laboratory analysis

Emergent infusion programs

Individual nutrition counseling, including any food intolerances

Whole-body hyperthermia stimulating the immune system

Intestinal cleansing

Learning relaxation techniques

Psychological counseling, family therapy, couples therapy.

Psychotherapy - empowerment - autonomy Training: The Science of the connection between the brain and immune system, the Psycho Neuro Immunology was founded in the early 80s of the last millennia. Our thoughts and feelings affect crucially our immune function and thereby the healing process. Therefore we offer a unique approach to train your immune system through awareness, meditation and mind control (e.g. 2-day intensive seminar).

Risk factors for carcinogenesis

Genetic Disposition: damage control genes can be inherited from grandparents, parents. Only in rare cases the sole genetic predisposition is so strong that cancer is only associated with the predisposition.

Age: in 90% of cases, cancer appears beyond midlife because the organism with age often loses the power to correct errors on its own.

Diet: Many studies show that wrong diet may be involved and strongly can contributing to the development of cancer. Thus, a balanced, high fiber diet with plenty of fruits and vegetables significantly reduces the risk of cancer.

Smoking: each cigarette lifts for about 20 minutes blood pressure and pulse, and during about 8 hours the oxygen levels in the blood are reduced. After smoking of a cigarette for approximately 48 hours taste and smell are worse.

Pollutants: Carcinogens are found almost everywhere, for example in foods, toxic materials, fumes from furnishings.

Viruses, bacteria: about 20% of all cancers worldwide are caused by infection with viruses, bacteria or parasites. For example the Epstein-Barr virus and others cause proliferative diseases of the hematopoietic system. The human herpes virus 8 and the Kaposi's sarcoma and several human pathogenic papillomavirus types are primarily responsible for cancers in the anogenital region. Hepatitis B and C viruses cause a significant percentage of liver cancer.

Free radicals: Formed in all metabolic processes in the body, they spread by chain reaction in the body and to a certain extent are also useful to man. They fend off microorganisms and destroy foreign substances. But most people have more free radicals in the body than is healthy. This excess of free radicals favors the destruction of the genetic material in the cell, and thus the formation of cancer cells.

Psychological stress: Scientists suspect that stress can cause cancer. They assume that an increased level of stress hormones causes biochemical changes in the cell and may contribute to tumor development. Persons being exposed over a long period to "high" stress, cope, in addition to short-acting adrenaline, with other hormones with important signaling functions, including cortisol from the adrenal cortex. Cortisol acts on various tissues in the body, regulates blood pressure, ensures a higher concentration of sugar in blood and interferes with protein metabolism.

Weakened immune system: our immune system monitors amongst others the formation of abnormal, damaged or degenerated cells. In our body, there are 100 to 10,000 abnormal cells that arise daily during normal metabolic process. They include hundreds or thousands of cancer cells, which are produced by the body during the day. Therefore it is very important to support our immune system best possible, so that it can fulfill its important tasks. If the Immune system is weakened, it is no longer capable of depolluting pathogens and the abnormal cells sufficiently . This then results in a variety of diseases that can go as far as cancer.

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