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How To Manage Fatigue

Consider Complementary Therapies

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Complementary therapies such as meditation and massage can help reduce stress and depression, possibly boost the immune system, and help reduce pain, fatigue and even nausea.

Note that the word we use to describe these therapies is "complementary" instead of "alternative."  A wise health consumer considers all techniques available to help a particular situation. You are seldom required to choose "either/or." Keep in mind that if you are considering using one of these techniques instead of traditional U.S. medicine, none of them have evern been proved to cure illness.

For information about complementary therapies in general, click here. For information about specific complementary therapies, click on the following link. 

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NOTE: At least one study has found that light therapy, known as systematic light exposure, helped patients feel less fatigued.

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