Today we received 5 new applicants for the Cards of Hope program. We generally get 1-3 a week. There are currently over 500 people worldwide enrolled in the program. We are in desperate need of any and all donations. One book of stamps ($9.40) helps us send out 20 cards to 20 people. If we don’t get some donations in shortly, we may have to turn new people enrolling away. We don’t want to ever have to do that. Please consider donating something (stamps, cards, stickers, tattoos, bookmarks, jewelry, craft kits and etc) today. *We also have an Amazon wishlist to make donating even easier* Here is a link to our donation page: http://cards-of-hope.com/donations/ Thank you so much for your support!
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Helpful tips if you are experiencing nausea with your cancer treatments
Often times I have people ask me how they can be relieved of their nausea and/or vomiting with their cancer treatments. So here are some tips that will help get you some relief if you are experiencing nausea or vomiting.
1. Always take the anti nausea medications that your physician has prescribed to you as directed.
2. Drink a cup of warm peppermint tea.
3. Try drinking a glass of ginger-ale.
4. Try sucking on a piece of hard candy or a lollipop.
5. Eat some saltines or dry toast (very slowly) .
6. Try laying down and resting.
7. Apply your thumb to your wrist and press for 30 seconds. Your index and middle fingers should be on the top of your wrist.
8. Put a cool wet washcloth on your face.
9. Take deep breaths through your nose and out through your mouth.
10. Try positioning a fan so air blows directly on the face.
11. Put some rubbing alcohol on a cotton ball and sniff slightly.
12. Try eating a small amount of applesauce.
13. Try slowly eating a ice pop or a popsicle.
14. Try drinking some warm ginger tea.
15. Try eating 1-2 peppermint flavored tic tacs.
16. Eat small meals throughout the day.
17. Try sucking on ice chips.
If you have any tips that have helped you, please let me know. If you have any tips that I haven’t mentioned, please let me know.