Proper Sleep

If you currently have breast cancer and are being treated with chemotherapy, you may want to ask your doctor about taking Melatonin supplements.  Researchers found it can enhance the effectiveness of chemotherapy by increasing it’s ability to kill tumors.

Melatonin’s Breast Cancer Fighting Abilities can be summed up in

3 major effects:

1) It prevents the initiation of breast cancer

2) It slows down the tumor growth by as much as 70%

3) It prevents the spread of tumors to other areas of the body.

Melatonin is a powerful tool but we need to allow our bodies to release it.  In order to do this we must sleep in a dark place, get at least 8 hours of sleep, and go to bed early.

Get your sleep on!

Be Well,

Tammy Kohlschmidt RDH, CCT, CBP


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