Reiki for Cancer
Reiki is becoming an increasingly popular adjunct therapy for conventional cancer treatment. Symptoms such as anxiety, pain and mood disturbance do not respond well to conventional treatment or patients have a poor tolerance for standard interventions.
Reiki reduces pain associated with radiation treatments as well. Besides aiding the reduction of emotional stress, inflammation, pain relief, Reiki is an excellent tool for strengthening the body’s natural immune system, balancing hormone regulation and digestion.
Stress Reduction Lowers Risk of Cancer
Reiki provides measurable improvement for reducing side effects such as:
- alleviate depression
- insomnia and pain
- slow disease progression
Reiki Reduces Pain:
- The American Cancer Society released evidence showing that patients undergoing Reiki treatments during their cancer protocol reported less pain.
- The Abramson Cancer Center’s Integrative oncology Initiative showed that Reiki therapy for cancer treatments helps reduce a person’s perception of pain, decreased stress levels, reduced anxiety and increased relaxation in those studied.
Reiki also supports improved health by assisting:
- improved immune function
- improved sleep patterns
- improved digestion
Benefits of Reiki for Emotional Well-Being:
Hospitals and medical schools now offer anecdotal evidence of people living with cancer reporting improved emotional well-being with the use of Reiki. People often reported:
- Improved sense of well-being, refreshed spirit
- Restored mental clarity
- Restored sense of mental and physical balance quality of life
- Enhanced spiritual well-being
Clients reported that Reiki assisted in helping them feel strengthened with improved overall health and energy for daily life.
- find a sense of meaning in their experience of illness
- support for inner transformation and emotional well-being
Reiki is Safe to Use Anytime as a non-invasive stress reduction technique. Reiki has no side effects or complications and never causes any harm.
- Use Reiki at any time before or following your diagnosis to alleviate anxiety, pain, etc.
- While actively undergoing treatment
- When in remission to sustain balance
- During late stages of cancer and facing a poor prognosis to promote feelings of peace, and assist with end of life transition.