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Having a breast cancer diagnosis, and going through treatment, causes trauma. Not just to your body, but to your mind too.
While it’s good to care for your body, it’s just as important to care for your mind.
If you're not sure where to start with self-care, our toolkit may help you get started.
The minute I decided to stop worrying about how my body was changing, the better I felt about myself.
Leanne, Breast Cancer Now blogger
Our free app gives you daily self-care tips and personal stories.
Sara struggled not to put pressure on herself after treatment.
The Authors of 'Self-care for the Real World' give their top self-care tips.
Emma shares her tips having struggled with weight loss after treatment.
Find information on eating well during and beyond breast cancer treatment.
Yoga is a good way to ease into exercise, both physically and mentally.
Cancer is an overwhelming diagnosis, and I’d suggest coming to terms with your own emotions before trying to handle the feelings of others.
Rebecca, Breast Cancer Now blogger
Find support and information for managing anxiety, stress and depression.
Our specialist nurses and trained staff are here for you.
Ann found mindfulness helped her manage her anxiety about reccurence.
Georgie and Louise both felt lost after their diagnosis, and found ways to cope.
We worked with women with breast cancer and a makeup artist to create simple tutorials.
Read information on changes to your hair, body and intimate relationships after breast cancer.
Whether you want to speak to our nurses, join a support group or connect with volunteers who have faced what you are facing now, we can help you feel more in control.
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