Causes of Lung Cancer

Most know that smoking is the leader among causes of lung cancer. But even those who don't smoke could develop it. 

Those who are exposed to second-hand smoke and those who have been exposed to air pollution, radon gas, asbestos, arsenic, plus those with a family history of the disease also have an increased risk of developing lung cancer.  

Some develop it even without the above risk factors, partly due to the lifestyles we lead. 

While those who are careful to avoid the most common causes of lung cancer do reduce their risk, the sad fact is that cancer can and does sometimes strike for unknown reasons.

Focus on Defeating the Cancer

If you or someone you love has recently been diagnosed, now is not the time to spend too much time looking back on what could have been done differently. Time is too precious. 

It's much more productive to focus your energy on what can be done going forward.  Why beat yourself up or blame someone or something else for things you cannot change? By being focused on moving forward you increase your chances of defeating the cancer.

Quit Smoking

Some smokers who are diagnosed with lung cancer believe that it's too late so there's no point in quitting. In truth, quitting at any stage will improve your body's ability to fight. 

Despite the fact that smoking feels like a comfort to some, the almost endless levels of toxins will hinder the upcoming fight of your life. Beyond lungs, the entire body is affected by toxins. You need to get your body in the best form possible so that you can be victorious over cancer. shares information about various cancer strategies that can help you to: 


Boost your immune system

Improve your body's oxygenation

Achieve an alkaline pH level, and

Reviews proven strategies that prevent cancer from gaining an unbreakable hold on your body.

Beyond doing the basics your doctor suggests, you need to do more and provides a wealth of helpful information to get you on the path toward wellness.

Education is vital in fighting disease and you'll find resources that will help you work with your physician and increase your chances. Rather than stewing about the culprit, it's vital that you shift your focus. 

Focus on potential solutions rather than the probable causes of lung cancer so you can increase your chances of getting well again.

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