Fatigue

Fatigue, or extreme tiredness, is common among people treated for cancer. For some, fatigue may last for a long time after treatment and can make it difficult to get back to "normal life." Exercise can help reduce fatigue and a program tailored to your specific needs may help you feel better physically. Exercise has also been shown to reduce stress and improve mental health.
 


For more information:

  • Download the Decision Aid resource that helps you measure fatigue levels and develop stratgeies to improve cancer-related fatigue.
  • Download the Action Plan resources that helps you create create a plan for managing fatigue
  • Or order your print copy of the Cancer Fatigue Action Plan by emailing resources@prostatecancer.ca, please include your address.  
 

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