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Find out about how diet and exercise can affect your fatigue levels
Read information about the benefits of relaxation for people with fatigue
Get information on counselling and other support available to people with cancer-related fatigue
Get tips on how to make the most of your rest periods
Find out about different complementary therapies that may help with fatigue
Get advice on discussing your fatigue with your doctor or nurse
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