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Being more active can help with some of the side effects you might experience during and after cancer treatment, such as fatigue and depression. Find out how you can be more active during and after cancer treatment to improve your health.
Whether you’re used to being active or new to it, regular physical activity is safe and can help you feel better in lots of ways. Find out about the benefits of being physically active| during and after cancer treatment.
There are a number of ways you can become more active. It’s important you do something you enjoy and fits in with your life. Find more information about where to become active and the type of activities that might be best for you.
Whether you’re new to physical activity or have been active for a while, hear real stories about others who’ve benefited from being active during and after cancer.
Find out more about our specially designed resources for Professionals which provide information about physical activity and cancer, as well as resources for patients. We also have resources for commissioners|.
For answers, support or just a chat, call the Macmillan Support Line free* (Monday to Friday, 9am-8pm).
*See information about calling our support line from a mobile|.
Find out how our partner Boots UK| is encouraging customers to get active for Macmillan
Gardening is a great way to get active. Find hints and tips about gardening for health from Macmillan supporter, The National Gardens Scheme|
Get advice for printing webpages and PDFs from our site.
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