Published at Wednesday, July 26th, 2017 - 06:14:21 AM. plant. By Kadri Janan.
Art therapy is another widely used complementary therapy that emphasizes the importance of healing both the mind and the body. Creating and observing art gives a patient the opportunity to unearth and express their emotions about their disease, and helps aid in diminishing stress, fear, and anxiety. For terminal patients, art therapy can be a way to come to grips with and express concern over their disease. In a 2006 study published in the Journal of Pain and Symptom Management, researchers observed 50 cancer patients over a four month period who each took an art therapy course. After completing art therapy, the researches noticed an observable and quantifiable decrease in tiredness, depression, anxiety, pain, breathlessness, and nausea in a majority of patients. This is especially useful for patients diagnosed with mesothelioma because of the alarmingly short life expectancy. Being able to come to grips with the likely outcome of your disease is a powerful tool.
When you inhale asbestos in significant amounts, it usually affects your pleura. Pleural Mesothelioma is the type of Mesothelioma that affects your lungs.
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