A global public health issue, cancer affects people and families from all walks of life. Although there is no proven technique to prevent cancer, there are some simple lifestyle adjustments that can be made to lower the risk. We can dramatically reduce our risk of developing certain cancers by making lifestyle changes.


Weight management

Controlling food consumption and practicing healthy eating can help prevent weight gain as you get older.


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It is stated that our diet determines who we are. consuming a balanced diet low in processed foods, sweets, and bad fats and high in fresh fruits, vegetables, whole grains, and lean proteins.


Physical activeness

Regular physical activity, such as exercise, can help lower the chance of developing certain types of cancer. Daily walking for 30 to 45 minutes is quite beneficial.


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Reducing alcohol use is advised because it has been shown to increase the chance of developing cancer, particularly breast, colorectal, and liver cancer when consumed in excess. The better option is to drink less alcohol.



Avoiding tobacco usage, including the use of smokeless tobacco products as well as cigarettes.


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Obtaining enough sleep and lowering stress can promote general health and lower the chance of cancer development.