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We list hundreds of Clinical Trials about "Mindful Movement for Breast Cancer Survivors" on BioPortfolio. We draw our references from global clinical trials data listed on ClinicalTrials.gov and refresh our database daily.
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The purpose of this study is to determine if participating in a Mindful Movement Program (MMP) (learning how to be mindful in one's movement), positively affects the body's immune functions improves mindfulness and reduces worries about cancer returning. All participants will be in this study about three months.
This pilot study examined changes in anthropometric measures as a result of and feasibility/ acceptability of a mindful eating intervention for overweight and obese postmenopausal breast cancer survivors.
This clinical trial studies how well EHealth Mindful Movement and Breathing intervention works in improving surgery outcomes in patients with gynecologic cancer. EHealth Mindful Movement and Breathing may help people feel better after surgery.
This study emphasizes the importance of rehabilitation in breast cancer survivors after mastectomy, even during the course of radiotherapy and chemotherapy, both for good efficacy in reducing pain and for functional recovery of the upper limb. Authors designed a randomized-controlled trial to compare two different rehabilitation protocols: the single rehabilitative treatment (ST) and the group treatment (GT). The study is the first attempt to measure the reaching movement after...
Physical inactivity has reached pandemic proportions and is associated with increased morbidity, mortality, and healthcare costs. Of particular concern is that most middle to older age adults fall far short of recommendations for health enhancing physical activities. This research takes a novel approach to tackling this problem by combining mindfulness with behavioral strategies in a unique 'Mindful Movement' program offered through YMCA community facilities.
The investigators hypothesize that a personalized yoga program with mindful movement implemented during breast cancer therapy will benefit women in multiple ways. The investigators predict that women participating in the program will experience less weight gain and fatigue and will have an improved quality of life compared to women not participating in the program. The investigators predict that this will be associated with decreased markers of inflammation. The investigators w...
1. The purpose of the study is to test the effectiveness of a new mail-based intervention for breast cancer survivors compared with standard lifestyle management and no-treatment. 2. This intervention addresses both lifestyle factors such as dietary and physical activities and psychological issues specific to breast cancer survivors to improve healthy behaviors.
RATIONALE: Gathering information over time from blood samples and measurements of activity, sleep, mood, and cognition may help doctors learn more about fatigue in breast cancer survivors and plan the best treatment. PURPOSE: This clinical trial is studying fatigue in breast cancer survivors.
Breast cancer (BC) ranks second among all the types of cancer and is equally common in developing as well as developed countries. Breast cancer is most common type of cancer worldwide and its diagnosis as well as early treatment is associated with distress. The aim of this study is to explore the feasibility of integrating a 'Moving on After Breast Cancer (ABC)' manual developed by service user (Dr A Saleem) within a Positive Health Programme (PHP) for Pakistani women who are b...
RATIONALE: Studying quality of life in breast cancer survivors may help determine the long-term effects of breast cancer and may help improve the quality of life for future breast cancer survivors. PURPOSE: This clinical trial is studying quality of life in female breast cancer survivors and their spouse, partner, or acquaintance.
Women aged 50 and older are disproportionately affected by breast cancer, not only in terms of new diagnoses, but also in terms of survivorship. Approximately 85% of women who receive a first diagnosis of breast cancer are aged 50 and over, thus older women constitute the largest group of breast cancer survivors. Yet, few studies have focused on evaluating whether physical activity and exercise interventions affect long-term symptoms, physical fitness and function, and body com...
Exercise adoption enhances well-being and recovery from breast cancer. Researchers trained American Cancer Society volunteers to provide exercise counseling to breast cancer survivors and the survivors increased their exercise in the short-term. This RCT examines the effects of three maintenance conditions on survivors' exercise participation at longer follow-ups. The cost-effectiveness of the three groups will be examined to guide implementation of this peer mentoring approach...
Physical activity programs, when offered in research settings, have been shown to improve quality of life and reduce fatigue among breast cancer survivors. The investigators are training Reach to Recovery volunteers at the American Cancer Society (New England Division) to provide a 12-week telephone-based physical activity program (RTR Plus) for breast cancer survivors. The comparison group of survivors will receive Reach to Recovery services (RTR). Physical activity, fatigu...
RATIONALE: Gathering information from breast cancer survivors about lymphedema; its symptoms and their impact on shoulder, arm, and hand functioning; and quality of life may help doctors learn more about the disease. PURPOSE: This clinical trial is studying the impact of lymphedema on breast cancer survivors.
This phase III trial studies how well bupropion works in reducing cancer related fatigue in stage I-III breast cancer survivors. Bupropion is a drug that is used to treat depression, as well as to help people quit smoking. Cancer and its treatment can cause fatigue. Giving bupropion may improve cancer related fatigue in breast cancer survivors.
Evaluate the impact and satisfaction of Online Mindfulness Meditation (OMM) on anxiety, pain, fatigue, trauma, and sleep in cancer survivors.
RATIONALE: White button mushroom extract may stop or delay the recurrence of breast cancer in postmenopausal breast cancer survivors. PURPOSE: This phase I trial is studying the side effects and best dose of white button mushroom extract in preventing the recurrence of breast cancer in postmenopausal women who are breast cancer survivors.
The primary goal of this project is to determine the effects of exercise on the gut microbiome in breast cancer survivors and determine how these changes may relate to psychosocial symptoms such as fatigue.
This study will test whether a physical activity intervention can improve cognition in breast cancer survivors and help the development of physical activity guidelines for cognition in breast cancer survivors.
RATIONALE: Studying quality of life in cancer survivors may help determine the long-term effects of breast cancer and may help improve the quality of life for future cancer survivors. PURPOSE: This clinical trial is studying the quality of life in African-American or Caucasian female breast cancer survivors.
This randomized clinical trial studies computerized cognitive retraining in improving cognitive function in breast cancer survivors. Cancer-related cognitive deficits, such as thinking and memory issues, are common among breast cancer survivors. The severity of these cognitive deficits is associated with a significant negative impact on daily function and quality of life. A computerized cognitive retraining method may help researchers find ways to improve cognitive function and...
This study will explore the feasibility and potential effects of a simple, home-based daily meditation intervention on breast cancer survivors' cognitive and psychological functioning as well as inflammatory regulation.
RATIONALE: A breast cancer rehabilitation program and exercise therapy may help improve the quality of life of breast cancer survivors. PURPOSE: This clinical trial studies a breast cancer rehabilitation program in improving quality of life in breast cancer survivors.
This pilot clinical trial studies Hatha yoga in reducing physical and emotional problems in breast cancer survivors with stage II-III lymphedema. Yoga practices may benefit breast cancer survivors with lymphedema as they directly support lymph transport (postures, breathing, relaxation) and emotional well-being (relaxation, meditation).
The purpose of this study is to examine the effects of exercise program on health-related physical fitness and biomarkers among breast cancer survivors.