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The Clinical Oncology Society of Australia COSA suggests that exercise should be prescribed to all cancer patients as a standard component of their cancer treatment.

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Side effects and the benefits of exercise Cancer treatment and side-effects vary from individual to individual; however common side-effects can be managed with the implementation of regular exercise. Fatigue: The primary complaint during cancer treatment. Loss of muscle strength: Inactivity and some forms of cancer treatment can lead to muscle weakness. Weight bearing exercise will not only aid in keeping the bones strong but will ensure long term bone health. Weight gain: Treatment processes and inactivity often lead to weight gain and can increase the risk of cancer reoccurrence.

Before getting started it is important to speak with an oncologist or general practitioner and seek the advice of an Accredited Exercise Physiologist. Exercise is a form of treatment that can be beneficial to an individual pre, during and post cancer diagnosis. The sooner you start exercising the better you will feel, the fewer medications you are likely to need and the risk of complications will be lower.

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Physical Activity — can it cure dementia? If someone was to ask you what you think the top three leading causes of death in Australia is, what would be your response? Would you even think to mention dementia? Well you should… Dementia is the third leading cause of death in Australia and the worst part is that dementia is fatal as there is currently no cure.

What is dementia? Symptoms can include but are not limited to a loss of: Memory Intellect Rationality Social skills Physical functioning What causes dementia? The biggest risk factor for developing dementia is age; one in eight people aged over 65years have dementia. But family history, heredity and genetics also play a significant role in determining your likelihood of developing dementia.

For example: Diabetes Hypertension Obesity Physical Inactivity It is important to note that all of these factors are connected. Having one of these risk factors pre-disposes you to developing another.

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So… is there actually a cure? Like I said before, there is currently no cure for dementia, and without medical break-through the number of people living with dementia in Australia is expected to rise. BUT… The beauty of modifiable factors is that they can be changed.

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