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Cancer Treatment Fatigue

The battle against cancer is often extremely tiring. Cancer itself saps your energy to help itself grow and spread, and the damage it causes to the body can make it difficult to function. Although chemotherapy and radiation treatment can help cancer patients win the battle, they can also cause fatigue. The side-effects of cancer medication can make it difficult to keep food down, reducing the fuel available to your body. But there are steps you can take to reduce the impact of fatigue on your life.

You can reduce the physical effects of fatigue by watching your nutrition. By eating a healthy, well-balanced diet, you can keep your body working at its best. Be sure to eat plenty of protein, because your body needs it to repair and rebuild itself. Since cancer can reduce your appetite, make sure to get the calories you need by eating healthy high-calorie foods. You should also make sure to drink plenty of fluids. Vitamins and supplements might help, but you should consult with your doctor first.

Cancer Treatment and Mental Health

Rather than relating to the body alone, fatigue has a mental component. Otherwise healthy people who are experiencing depression or emotional stress can find it difficult to complete day-to-day tasks, or even simply to get out of bed. By practicing positive thought patterns and concentrating on the things that matter, you can maintain a healthier frame of mind and speed up your recovery.

You can make the most of your energy by organizing, planning, and prioritizing your tasks. If you create a system for prioritizing your activities, you can make sure the most important things are done first. Organizing your time and planning things ahead of time can help you avoid being overwhelmed.

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If you have been diagnosed with the asbestos-related cancer mesothelioma, your former employer may be liable for your pain and suffering. The mesothelioma lawyers of Williams Hart can help you. To speak to a compassionate lawyer, contact us today at 800-781-3955.

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