To help you manage your fatigue which can be caused by many things the links provide a Fact Sheet from Peter MacCallum and general information from Cancer Council from their Living with Cancer section. There is also a video from NSW Cancer Institute about fatigue and ways to reduce this.
This information has been prepared to help you understand more about fatigue, a common side effect of cancer and cancer treatments. We hope this information will help you, your family and friends understand what fatigue is and how it can be managed.
Fatigue is common among people who have completed cancer treatment and people receiving ongoing therapy. This fact sheet explains ways to cope with cancer-related fatigue.
This pdf contains a list of different educational video resources related to fatigue and cancer.
Fatigue or cancer related fatigue (CRF) is an overwhelming feeling of tiredness or exhaustion that is not relieved by rest or sleep. It can have a significant impact on your life.