Breast Cancer Stress and Fatigue Directory
Along with the obvious effects of breast cancer, many also experience stress and fatigue, either due to the cancer or to the treatments. It is very important for those who experience stress and fatigue to get support. Common causes of cancer-related fatigue include chemotherapy, radiation, hormone therapy, and other therapies. There are ways you can alleviate these symptoms like organizing your work, pacing yourself, re-arranging things in your home to be within easy access, and many more. Follow the links below to find WebMD's comprehensive coverage about how breast cancer-related fatigue and stress are caused and how to treat them.
Breast Cancer Treatment Side Effects
Learn about the possible side effects of breast cancer treatments.
Breast Cancer-Related Fatigue
Get tips on ways to cope with cancer-related fatigue.
Tips for Helping a Loved One Who Has Breast Cancer
WebMD offers tips for family members of someone diagnosed with breast cancer.
Tips for Living Well With Breast Cancer
You'll face some changes as you deal with breast cancer. But there are plenty of things you can do to make them easier.
Control Chemotherapy Nausea & Vomiting
New drugs and alternative therapies can help reduce -- or eliminate -- chemotherapy side effects.
Managing Chemotherapy Side Effects
Simple tips for coping with the nausea, fatigue, and hair loss that can accompany chemotherapy.
Circle of Friends
Across cyberspace, breast cancer survivors meet and share their stories.