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Tips for Physical Side Effects from Cancer or Chemotherapy

Tips for cancer survivors on how to deal with the physical side effects of chemotherapy/cancer.
Cut out sugar/alcohol/flesh/dairy. Exercise
Don't let it rent space in your head !!! Stay positive and take one day at a time...
Play games with online friends possibly.
sunscreen and get yearly checkups by a dermatologist-no matter what
Move! Whatever way you can every day. Disease does not like an active body
no peg tube if you can do it (I did!)
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Stay as active as doctors will allow
In this game, the body rules, respect what it is telling you.
WALK. It helped me with my fatigue
Take it easy!
Be active!
Keep walking so you can remain as active as possible. It helps with your stamina and endurance along the way. But, also listen to your body and don't over-do it. If you are tired, rest!
Trying to stay active
Stay strong...I have been a runner for 35 years, have been told numerous times by medical staff that they can always tell the difference concerning recovery for some one in good physical shape in comparison to a couch potato.
Walking every day, be active!
Keep cut clean after surgery, do neck stretches, put vitamin E lotion.
Walk and eat healthy.
Always try to be active or in shape. Eat healthy, and surrond yourself in a postive enviroment.
Eat Healthy: More veggies, cut out sugar and fried food, Exercise: 20 minute workouts and walk 5 days a week. BMI: Maintain an ideal body weight. Wear sun protection!
Get a rice filled neck wrap that can be warmed in the microwave. It really helps sooth and relax you on that first week home!
Stay active
I haven't got any tips whatsoever. I am tip-less.
Walk, walk, walk, walk!
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