Cancer Related Fatigue (Online Program)
Cancer Related Fatigue (CRF) is one of the most common and distressful side effects of cancer and cancer-related treatments. This condition is often under-reported by cancer patients and under-treated by clinicians. It usually is described as a persistent sense of physical, emotional, and cognitive tiredness that is not related to activity and doesn’t necessarily go away after rest.
The onset of CRF can occur pre-cancer treatment, during treatment, and post-treatment, and last for days, months or even years. CRF can have a negative impact at work, in relationships, mood, daily activities and overall quality of life.
This new four-part series would explore the various causes of CRF and then provide suggestions, strategies and resources to help manage, and minimizing the impact of CRF.
- Week 1: Understanding Your Fatigue
Week 2: Lifestyle Approaches to Managing Fatigue
Week 3: Nutrition and Fatigue
Week 4: Exercise and Fatigue
Registered Programs with Home Practice: A commitment to attend all session is required, as is a commitment to home practice.