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How do I manage my non-Hodgkin lymphoma on a daily basis?

The keys to successful daily management are learning how to cope with stress and staying realistic about goals. A diagnosis of non-Hodgkin lymphoma can be psychologically devastating; making sure you have a good support network of friends, family, and even fellow cancer survivors can help tremendously. Exercise can help as well, and so can continuing on with your day job, but be realistic about how much energy you have to spare and make sure you're getting plenty of rest. Lastly, eating regular, healthy meals is good for your energy levels and your immune system; try to maintain a healthy eating schedule even when you're dealing with nausea caused by the disease or by chemotherapy.

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