From coping with cancer-related stress to eating right and getting a boost from exercise, here are tips on living with prostate cancer.
To help speed your recovery from prostate cancer, it's helpful to know about some self-care you can do at home.
Common signs of stress can include disturbed sleep, fatigue, body aches and pain, anxiety, irritability, tension, and headaches. Here are tips for reducing and managing stress when dealing with prostate cancer.
The side effects of cancer treatment are often made worse if you are not eating enough or if you are not eating the right foods.
Even during cancer therapy, it’s often possible to continue exercising. Here are some guidelines to keep in mind.
Though prostate cancer is not a cause of erectile dysfunction, treatments for the disease can cause the problem.
Using a pain scale is helpful in describing how much pain you are feeling. Use this chart to rate your pain and keep a record of how well your medicine is working.
What happens when prostate cancer recurs after your treatment?
A cancer diagnosis affects not only the person with the disease but the people around them. Here’s how friends and loved ones can help.