This article reveals how exercise can help your recovery and share tips for exercising with cancer.
Instead of rest clinicians and oncologists are now recommending exercise after cancer treatment as a strategy for reducing the side-effects of treatment, speeding recovery and improving overall quality of life.
Being diagnosed with cancer may put exercise and fitness goals right to the back of your mind. Add to that the impact of chemotherapy, radiotherapy and hormonal therapies and it’s easy to see why you may feel less motivated.
But exercise can have a very positive impact on your health, mentally and physically at this difficult time.
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