This Thanksgiving, we hope all of our readers, customers, family, friends, loved ones, service members, and all of those who have much to be thankful for have a wonderful holiday! Hopefully, you are able to spend it with family, friends and loved ones, as being close to those you care about is important this time of year. For some of us, especially cancer patients and sufferers, as well as survivors, of breast cancer, this importance really hits home—especially with those who won’t have the luxury of spending Thanksgiving with family.
Archive for November, 2015
Surgery is stressful on many levels. Sometimes, it’s hard to focus on recovery with so much on your mind. Unfortunately, many aspects of surgery can cause things to worry about, such as hair loss. It’s important to remember that hair loss from surgery is normal, and hair replacement is an option for the time being (as well as wigs). Just remember, surgery-related hair loss is often temporary, and with time and recovery your hair will likely return to normal.
Let this article be your peace-of-mind on what you can expect as far as hair loss from surgery, and how you can manage it to remain stress-free during your recovery.
Cancer treatment can be a very stressful time for patients and their families. Sometimes, being positive and confident isn’t always easy. But there are little things you can do to boost your positivity and confidence, and help you through these challenging times. It may be as simple as a board game with your family, a favorite meal, or an update to your appearance.
Research shows we are most positive and confident when we are happy with how we look. Hair loss during cancer treatment can be troubling for many, but you shouldn’t let it get you down during your incredible journey to recovery. Wigs are an easy, affordable, and attractive solution to hair loss during this time.