Well-being During Cancer
Breast cancer survivor, Kimberly Jewett, describes how she built a support network to help her make key decisions.
During treatment it is normal to experience signs and symptoms of anxiety, such as uncontrolled worry, trouble problem solving or focusing thoughts, or muscle tension and restlessness, most of the day, nearly every day; these factors may interfere with the daily routine. Help can be found through counseling and support networks, such as friends and family. Some people find meditation, deep breathing and relaxation exercises helpful in maintaining their well-being during cancer treatment.