"The first thing to do is talk with your doctor about what your experience is, because there can be many things contributing to fatigue that may need to be addressed." — William F. Pirl, MD
Most people simply rest when they get tired, and wake up feeling refreshed. For cancer survivors, resolving issues of fatigue isn't always so easy. Fatigue in cancer survivors (and people who have cancer) can have many causes, ranging from problems sleeping to depression, but there are steps you can take to reduce your fatigue.
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