3 Meditation Exercises for Cancer Patients

3 Meditation Exercises for Cancer Patients | Breast Cancer Car Donations

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Achieve Peace and Improve Your Well-Being with These Exercises

Meditation fights stress and relaxes the mind. Not only does it give us a sense of calmness, but it also helps us get quality sleep and combat fatigue. It likewise reduces blood pressure and keeps us in good shape.

Not surprisingly, meditation is recommended for cancer patients. Studies show that mindfulness-based cancer interventions improve both social and psychological outcomes in these individuals, including reduction of stress, mood elevation, and improved quality of life. The practice is also effective in managing acute and chronic pain.

Meditation is convenient, safe, and inexpensive. Some cancer patients report greater tolerance to the side effects of chemo and radiation therapy after doing meditative practices.

Meditation can be performed in various ways, based on individual preferences. To get its maximum benefits, you can explore different forms and choose the one that works best for you.  You may begin by signing up for a group class, looking for resources on the Internet, or downloading apps on your phone.


Try These Meditation Exercises

You can find many types of meditation. Some are practiced in a sitting position, while others incorporate movement. Regardless, they all share a common goal: helping you achieve peace and improve your overall well-being. Breast Cancer Car Donations presents the following meditation exercises you can try:

1. Mantra Meditation

This form of meditation gets your mind to focus on a word or sound, also known as a mantra. Many people create their own mantra from a positive word, such as “love” or “peace.” This practice aims to relax the mind, as it has a natural tendency to jump from one worry to another.

You don’t have to force your mind back to your mantra once you realized that it has strayed away. Rather, just remember it and accept that your mind might wander again. You don’t need to close your eyes while meditating, either, as most practitioners prefer to keep their eyes open with a relaxed gaze.

2. Guided Imagery

This technique combines breathing and meditation. It can soothe your troubled mind by taking you to a place in which you’d feel safer and more secure. As you’re breathing deeply, visualize a peaceful scene or any situation that brings you happiness.

The goal of guided imagery is to promote a calm state through mindfulness and relaxation. By focusing your attention on pleasant scenes, your mind and body relax. You’ll find yourself feeling less agitated and stressed, and you’ll notice less tension and tightness in your muscles.

3. Transcendental Meditation (TM)

In this natural form of meditation, your mind will settle inward to transcendental consciousness, bringing you into a deep state of restfully alert consciousness. In other words, you’ll experience a decrease in stress and anxiety within minutes. Practicing it regularly may even reduce chronic pain, cholesterol, and high blood pressure.

Practitioners of TM say that when meditating, the ordinary thinking process is transcended, which means that it is replaced by a state of pure consciousness. When you’re already in this state, you’ve reached perfect stillness, stability, rest, and a complete absence of mental boundaries.


Help Turn Breast Cancer Patients into Survivors

Despite the advancements in breast cancer treatments, the disease continues to claim thousands of lives each year. Worse, the costs of treatments remain prohibitive, preventing uninsured and indigent patients from getting proper treatment.

You can help them beat the disease. All you have to do is donate any vehicle you no longer need to us at Breast Cancer Car Donations.

We’ll sell your vehicle through an auction and distribute the proceeds to our nonprofit partners. Your generous contribution will help these IRS-approved 501(c)(3) nonprofit organizations in providing more underprivileged breast cancer patients in your community with easy access to top cancer centers in the country.

Our charity partners also provide their beneficiaries with financial assistance to help cover the costs of their treatments, doctor consultations, medications, follow-up care, and other vital health care services. Other beneficiaries get to receive free breast cancer screening and diagnosis plus prevention and education services.

To show you our appreciation for your charitable contribution, we’ll promptly send you by mail the 100% tax-deductible sales receipt of your vehicle after we sell it. This receipt entitles you to claim the maximum tax deduction in the next tax season.

We will also haul off your unwanted vehicle for free and at a date and place of your convenience. Take note that we can collect your donation anywhere in the United States since our vehicle donation program covers the entire country.

Plus, you can count on us to process all your paperwork, freeing you from this task.

The best reward you’ll get, however, is the priceless satisfaction you’d feel for doing a life-saving charitable act.

We accept nearly all types of vehicles whatever their ages or conditions. Even if the vehicle you’re donating has marks, scratches, or dents, we’ll gladly take it.

For more information on our donation program, including our quick and convenient donation process, head over to our FAQs page. If you have any questions or concerns, write to us here or call us anytime through our toll-free hotline at 866-540-5069.


Help Save Lives with Your Old Car Today!

You can turn your old and unwanted car into a powerful life-saving tool. All you have to do is donate it to us. Call Breast Cancer Car Donations at 866-540-5069 or fill out our secure online donation form now!