- Stress can have a negative effect on your health, especially if you’ve been diagnosed with chronic lymphocytic leukemia (CLL).
- Engaging in exercise, finding activities you enjoy, and seeking out support are a few ways you can reduce your stress.
- Reducing your stress can have a positive impact on your outlook with CLL.
If you’re living with chronic lymphocytic leukemia (CLL), you’ve probably heard it’s very important to manage your stress.
While it’s true for everyone that managing stress can improve quality of life, 2018 research also suggests that keeping yourself as stress-free as possible can help prevent CLL from worsening and may also help prevent relapses.
That means after being diagnosed with CLL you have to strive to be better than the average person at managing your stress. Fortunately there are resources that can help you to do just that.
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