Tuesday, October 3rd, 12 noon ET
Featured Guest Speaker: Jillian VanNostrand, RN, owner of Seacoast Breast Health
While the breast self-examination remains an important early detection tool, approximately 300,000 women will be diagnosed with breast cancer this year. All-in-all, more than 3.8 million women have a history of breast cancer in the United States and breast cancer remains the most common cancer in the world. Besides a monthly self-exam, are there other proactive measures that can be done to keep the breasts healthy? Moreover, how does overall health affect breast health?
In recognition of Breast Cancer Awareness month, we wanted to take a bird's-eye look at the current state of breast health and connect it with whole body health. Turns out, the autonomic nervous system--our natural stress-regulating system--is an integral part of our breast health. When we understand the ANS, nutrition, trauma, lymphatic drainage, and even the connection to oral hygiene, we are on the path to better breast health.
In this BioBites, we will explore:
Plus, learn how to perform a lymphatic self-massage technique in order to assist the release of toxins from the lymph system.
Seeing breast health as a crucial and complete part of overall health gets to the root causes of disease and imbalance. Please join us on October 3rd at 12:00 ET as Jillian VanNostrand, RN, discusses the myriad ways we can approach breast health through the biological lens.