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Some people find it helpful to try different therapies to help them feel better while they're having treatment.
Find out about our position on the use of complementary therapies and the information we provide about them.
Complementary and alternative therapies are used in different ways.
There is lots of help available to help you choose the best therapy for you.
Always use a qualified therapist when choosing a complementary therapy.
Massage can be used to relax your mind and body, relieve tension and enhance your mood.
Energy-based therapies can be relaxing and calming. Some use physical contact to work energy around the body. Others use no touch at all.
Mind-body therapies may help you to take greater control of your feelings, symptoms and side effects and improve well-being.
A healthy diet can make a big difference to your well-being. Nutritional therapy can help you find the diet that’s best for you.
It can help to speak to someone outside your circle of family and friends. Psychological therapies can help you cope with difficult feelings.
Physical therapies work the body and mind through gentle movements and breathing exercises. They can improve feelings of fatigue and overall well-being. Physical therapies work the body and mind through gentle movements and breathing exercises.
Some people find therapies using herbs and plants helpful.
Many people wonder if feelings affect cancer. We answer some of the questions people have asked.
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