Stay connected with others who understand the emotional fallout from cancer and its treatment – a real and relevant part of the journey.
Women are nurturers by nature. We often put the needs of others ahead of our own. Sometimes we all need to be reminded that making yourself a priority isn’t selfish, it’s necessary.
Lifestyle changes that reduce body fat and increase daily physical activity are likely to have a positive effect on breast cancer risk.
Kegels, if done regularly and correctly can help strengthen weakened pelvic floor muscles.
Women coping with symptoms of mental illness should seek out support groups that provide education, resources and coping strategies.