Exercise stimulates your body, increasing blood flow rate and aiding lymphatic circulation. This, in turn, aids in detoxification. Exercising also helps to keep weight within an ideal range. Excess fat may harbor unwanted toxins. Rebounding, walking, yoga and Tia Chi are examples of good exercises to take part in after cancer treatments as you build back your strength.
A detox bath is one of the easiest and most enjoyable therapies to encourage the body to eliminate toxins. A simple recipe is one part Epsom Salt (Magnesium Sulfate) with 2 parts Baking Soda (sodium bicarbonate) added to warm running water.
During sleep, the body repairs, rejuvenates and detoxifies. Aiming for 7-8 hours of good sleep each night will greatly aid the detoxification process.
Detoxifying your Environment
Skin care products and household cleaning products are laden with toxins. Consider replacing these with natural products. Remember that toxins enter our system through many ways, including through breathing and by penetrating our skin. I also highly recommend replacing your plastic storage containers in favor of glassware.
Try incorporating as many of these detoxifying tips into your healing protocol as they will help to relieve many symptoms of toxic load such as fatigue, digestive issues, and headaches.