7 Natural Ways to Reduce Your Cancer Pain

Looking for natural ways to reduce your cancer pain? Check out this slideshow by eMedTV! In this presentation, we explore 7 alternative treatments for cancer pain, such as acupuncture, massage, and tai chi.

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Yoga

Preliminary evidence (from small studies) suggests that yoga might help reduce cancer pain. And even if it doesn't directly reduce pain for you, it may provide a number of other benefits (such as better sleep and improved mood) that might make it easier for you to deal with the pain. Try to find a yoga class especially for people with cancer, if possible.

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