Keeping Active After Breast Cancer: Useful Exercises


Breast cancer is the most common type of cancer that affects women (although it can also affect men). After receiving a breast cancer diagnosis and subsequent treatment, it’s important to keep moving and to increase your levels of exercise little by little.

You might be interested in learning more about some exercises for breast cancer survivors. Find them here.

It might seem difficult in the beginning since you’ll feel debilitated from the treatments you’ll be exposed to but with the help of experts, you’ll get back on track to regaining your movement and keeping active. In this video shared on the Breast Cancer Care Vimeo account, watch a fitness class where you can learn some exercises that are suitable for people who are 12 weeks post-surgery and beyond.

Read more on how aerobics can reduce fatigue in breast cancer patients undergoing radiotherapy.

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