• Nicole Wogman

Sheryl Crow


Despite race or ethnicity, breast cancer is the most common type of cancer found in women in the United Kingdom. Tumors can often go unnoticed, and because of the hereditary nature of this cancer, lifestyle can often have little effect over the development of the disease. No amount of fame or money can guard against the development of breast cancer. Though, getting a regular mammogram can significantly increase your chance of finding early signs of breast cancer in time for successful treatment. Grammy Award-winning American musician Sheryl Crow was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2006, and is now cancer free. Since her recovery, she’s embraced alternative methods of promoting health in her body and mind. “This great friend told me one of the gateways to awakening is to allow yourself to experience your emotions,” Sheryl told Health Magazine in 2012. “As Westerners, we’ve gotten adept at suppressing them. It’s always ‘Try not to think about it’ or ‘Keep yourself busy.’ You push all that stuff down, and it manifests itself in other ways, whether it’s stress or disease. So my attitude was to grieve when I felt like grieving, be afraid when I felt like being afraid, and be angry when I felt like being angry. It also helped me to learn to say no to people. That’s been really liberating.” Among Us conference in Los Angeles on Friday that she was “very healthy” before her diagnosis. “In fact, I was probably the picture of great health. Riding my bicycle through the Alps in France.” She also “ate pretty well, but wasn’t eating for wellness.”


Source Health Magazine

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