Restoring your body image and self-confidence can be addressed too. As many of our coaches are former cancer patients, they remember the first time they went to work with no hair, having to take a deep breath before stepping out of their car.
For many, learning how to wear a wig in the right way, use hair accessories, some make up, and dressing in a way that gave them more confidence was a real game changer.
Too many cancer patients retreat from their daily activities because they feel uncomfortable or even ashamed of the physical changes they are experiencing during treatment including hair loss, eyebrows loss, weight loss and gray complexion. It can impact your confidence and ultimately your quality of life. You become less active, have less social interactions, feel more isolated and a vicious circle begins; the less active you become, the less energy you have, the less motivation you have and all this can affect your state of mind and sometimes even your willingness to fight.
Our professional oncology aestheticians and make-up artists will guide you through easy tips to help you look and feel better.
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