Many behaviours and habits have been associated with an increased risk of breast cancer like:
All the above habits have been reported as potential risk factors.
“When it comes to health, it’s crucial to understand how the lifestyle affects the whole body,” says Dr Sumita Prabhakar. “Eating nutritious food, drinking plenty of water, and regular exercise are all important to achieving wellness.”
Take care of your health
Adults are expected to play an active role in the preservation of their own good health. Be sure to follow your health appointments, talk openly with your doctor and stay on track for annual mammograms and other relevant screening schedules.
“A patient is the most important companion of a healthcare professional,” urges Dr Sumita Prabhakar. It is vital to make health a priority and to take stand against breast cancer.