Have you, a friend or family member ever been affected by cancer? During Colon and Breast Cancer Awareness Month, it’s essential to shed light not only on the medical aspects but also on the emotional and psychological toll that cancer can take on individuals and their families.
Family members often shoulder a significant emotional and practical burden when a loved one is diagnosed with cancer. In the face of these challenges, communication becomes crucial. Open and honest conversations among family members can foster understanding and empathy, helping everyone involved cope with the emotional toll of cancer.
One of the often-overlooked aspects of cancer is its profound effect on mental health. A cancer diagnosis can trigger a range of emotions, including fear, anxiety and sadness. Over time, these emotions can develop into clinical depression which could trigger substance abuse. An additional threat to the mental health of cancer patients is the use of Cortisone.
Cortisone, or more specifically, corticosteroids, are frequently prescribed for cancer patients as a supportive measure in their overall treatment regimen. While cortisone can be highly effective in reducing inflammation, pain, and other discomforts associated with cancer, it’s long-term use can lead to physical and psychological side effects.
Our organisation is dedicated to assisting patients and their families by providing a wealth of resources and a supportive community. Please don’t hesitate to reach out to us for assistance and guidance. Together, we can face the challenges with resilience and hope.
Connect with AC Wellness today for personalised support and resources to help you or your loved ones navigate the emotional and practical challenges of cancer. Together, we can face cancer with strength and resilience. Contact us now to begin your journey towards a brighter tomorrow.