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Hot Flushes? Don’t Sweat It!

Eileen Rainsberry

Hot Flushes? Don’t Sweat It!

It’s World Menopause Day and we thought that was a good enough reason to ask our friends at Become™ to do something nice for Theya Healthcare followers...so keep reading!

Become Menopause Underwear

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Why does self-esteem go missing during cancer treatment?

Clare Reed

Our very first guest blogger, Clare Reed, is a Cognitive Behavioural Therapist who specialises in working with cancer patients. In her practice, Clare meets many cancer patients suffering from low self esteem during treatment.

Clare's fascinating and candid blog poses the question why does self-esteem go missing during cancer treatment?

Clare Reed

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Choose The Right Size Post Surgery Bra

Eileen Rainsberry

We would always recommend a professional bra fitting where possible, but if that's not an option for you, we hope this guide will help you find your perfect post surgery bra.

Choosing a post surgery bra follows much the same process as for all bras, although there are some important points to note.

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Should I exercise after breast cancer treatment?

Eileen Rainsberry

Exercise can bring incredible benefits post breast cancer treatment. In the aftermath of surgery it can help you get your strength and mobility back so you can get back to doing all the things you did before your treatment. And in the longer term, a combination of fitness and strength training will not only help you feel better, but can also help reduce the risk of the cancer coming back and lower your risk of heart attack, stroke and diabetes.

exercise after breast cancer

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We Owe It To Our Sisters

Eileen Rainsberry

In the Spring of 2004, my mother began complaining of a pain in her hip. I suggested she see a physio. Ten years earlier she had had breast cancer. It didn’t occur to me for a moment that the cancer had come back. By the time we found out that it was secondary (or metastatic) breast cancer, the disease had spread throughout her body. She died in the Spring of 2005.

I don’t talk about it much, and never publicly. But a woman called Jo Taylor made me think twice.

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