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I am reminded as I recall early childhood the voice of my mother telling me how wonderful positive attitudes are She would speak of how anything could be fun if you just have the right mindset even going to Sunday night church Tuesday night AWANA Clubs and Wednesday night prayer meeting Yes all of these could be looked at from a different angle and all of the sudden I would or at least I was supposed to then be having a great time A positive attitude does help with almost any situation even if you are faking a little bit you still can have some ounce of fun What would happen then if one always a positive attitude Could every part of ones body be touched by the positive mental framework even sickness and disease It is true that attitudes affect disease whether it is a cold or cancer the way you view life shapes how you will ultimately feel A positive attitude towards cancer has been shown not to be a cure but to help the patient extend their life In general the overall well being of a person has been linked to ones own personal attitude Studies have shown a direct link between the mind and the immune system As far as cancer being affected by attitudes much of the evidence and studies have shown there to be connections between the two Unlike other ailments such as asthma or colds when someone realizes they have cancer they have increased levels of stress and anxiety The higher levels of anxious feelings could then in turn weaken their already weak immune systems I always used to wonder why as soon as someone found out that they had cancer did they seem to become worse right away The link between mind and body I believe would be a good answer to this question Maybe it is true to some extent that what you do not know
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