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Better Than Before Breast Cancer with The Breast Cancer Recovery Coach

Apr 11, 2020

Receiving a breast cancer diagnosis, going through and completing treatment, finding yourself in the middle of a pandemic…all of this creates a very real stress on your brain. 

Worse Yet, the energy required by your brain to get through that stress takes away from the energy your brain has to focus on other things.  

So, you may find that you’re having difficulty focusing, maybe you’re not feeling creative, or strategic. Maybe you're notable to plan or face any but the simplest tasks. You may not even understand why this all feels so difficult, when it’s really just how your brain responds to emotional and social distress nearly the same what it responds to physical pain. 

In this show I’m going to talk with you about four steps you can take to reduce the burden of stress on your brain, get an understanding of how you can be more harmonious and connected with your loved ones, and how you can give your home a mood boost. 

Don’t let social isolation get the best of you, listen in. 


Emotional and Physical Pain Activate Similar Brain Regions


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