Hot flashes. Rotten stomach. Chemo brought them both on and ginger helped. Calming my stomach was easier than I’d anticipated. I settled things with my diet and ginger was a part of that, but the hot flashes and night sweats were another matter all together.
Chemo. The side effects are vast. What happens depends on your body and what type of the 70+ different varieties of chemotherapy you receive.
In my experience, none of the side effects can be described as anything less than bizarre, but with all that can happen the kicker for most people is the hair loss. What got me even more was the extent of the hair loss. I was expecting the hair on my head to go, but the rest of it through me for a loop.
Everyone is different and side effects vary, but here is what happened to me.Chemo, hair loss
CANCER ANSWERS TUESDAYS by Allison W. Gryphon As far as the body is concerned, there is no connection between the chemically-cleansed sodium chloride table salt you buy in the supermarket (which is also added to virtually every processed food you buy) and the mineral rich organic unrefined sea salt available in health food stores. One can kill […]Chemo, Diet, Hydration, Nutrition, Refined Salt, Salt, Sea Salt