Dr. Khushboo Shah - Clinical hypnotherapy, Reiki, Music therapy and Access Consciousness. Practising as a facilitator of Access Bars, Access Body Processes and as a Talk to the Entities Practitioner (Access) for nearly a year with Illuminations well-being centre she finally found her answers in Questions. Her philosophy is to constantly ask the "right" questions and help people in forming the "right" questions as the "right answers" will only follow the "right" questions.
Sushma Singh "Joyful Healer" is an Internationally Licensed Access Bars Facilitator. Sushma is a holistic healer with hands on experience of years. She is also a facilitator for holistic courses. She is a certified Access Bars® Facilitator, Access Body Process Facilitator, a qualified different other modalities, Meditation and Mudra Therapist.
Awareness of any change while looking and feeling one's breasts is an essential way of identifying breast cancer in its early stage and arresting any further harm. Any alteration to how they feel and look requires a consultation with a doctor. Alteration of breasts occurs periodically all through the monthly cycle and throughout a woman's lifespan. Other factors like menarche, age, pregnancy, breast feeding, hormone replacement therapy (HRT) and menopause affect and alter breast development. Taking the time to study one's breasts and knowing what is normal will benefit in being aware of any alterations in order to stop any further damage to the body.
The best way to examine one's breasts is in a shower using either soapy water, talc or a moisturizer which will help move hands more smoothly over the breasts. For women that are big in build, lying down would make it easier to palpate breasts
An ideal check would comprise of palpating breasts every few days as changes occur around the time of monthly periods and might be misleading. Knowing how breasts feel around that time and at other times would set the benchmark for discerning unusual changes. For menopausal women a breast exam should be conducted by themselves as often as possible to check for unusual feeling lumps.
Though there are many breast self exam kits available in the market over the counter, it is still advisable for women that qualify for examination to go for a mammogram if they detect any signs or symptoms like lumps in the breast or seek advice from a GP who might refer the case to a breast clinic that specializes in the detection of a breast condition. A biopsy or ultrasound would help detect or rule out the possibility of a serious condition.