1. Nutrition- During cancer care, it's important to maintain a healthy weight by eating enough calories, fats, and nutrients.
2. Spiritual Wellbeing- For beliefs about the meaning of life and spirituality may be defined as an individual's sense of peace, purpose, and connection to others. Spiritual Coping- It is a way many patients with cancer rely on spirituality and practices to help them cope with their disease. Depending on cultural and religious traditions, each person may have distinct spiritual needs.
3. Psychological Wellbeing- The perception of illness associated with cancer treatment is exacerbated by a mental health diagnosis received during treatment. Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), depression, and anxiety are commonly associated psychological conditions.
4. Art therapy as Healing- Assists patients and their families in increasing self-awareness, coping with symptoms, and adapting to stressful and traumatic events. Many studies have shown that art therapy has major benefits, including a decrease in anxiety, depression, and exhaustion that can follow a cancer diagnosis.
5. Personal reflection- Many survivors struggle with questions of why they had cancer and why they survived when others have not. As they try to make sense of their experience and find new meaning in life some survivors may find themselves re-examining long-held views or beliefs.
7. Healthy LIfestyle- During and after lung cancer treatment healthy living can improve your quality of life. Which can help minimize some cancer treatment side effects including nausea, vomiting, stress, depression, and anxiety.
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