Exercise

Physical activity may not be at the top of your priorities following a diagnosis of blood cancer. However it can be an important part of your recovery after and during cancer treatment.

Side effects of cancer treatment, such as fatigue, may mean that you do not feel as though you have the energy to take part in regular exercise. However just by spending less time sitting down and taking small amounts of exercise such as walking can be beneficial in helping your body to recover.

Benefits of physical activity include:

  • reduced fatigue
  • reduced anxiety and depression and an improved mood from endorphins produced while exercising
  • strengthen muscle and bones
  • better heart health

What is campaigning and advocacy?

As a charity we are actively involved in campaigning on behalf of patients and their carers, which we feel is an important part of the work that we do. We are passionate about doing everything we can to improve the experience of patients throughout their cancer journey.

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