If you are tired, you can't fight the cancer in your life let alone the one in your body. Some fatigue is unavoidable, but much is entirely avoidable and you must go after that with a vengeance.

Fatigue is the most common side effect of treatment. Depression is the most common side effect of fatigue. Inactivity, loss of ambition and poor sleep are the most common side effects of depression. All of these in turn cause more fatigue and set up a vicious cycle downward. To avoid this you have to be proactive about sleep and exercise.

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