Macmillan and the University of Southampton have developed a new online resource to support people with cancer-related fatigue.
This new resource joins a range of self-management tools produced by Macmillan to support people to cope with different symptoms throughout their cancer journey.
As many as nine out of 10 people with cancer (90%) get cancer-related fatigue (CRF).
It can be especially difficult to deal with when someone is already trying to cope with cancer.
RESTORE is a new online tool providing information about fatigue and tips for self-management.
It can help boost confidence in managing fatigue.
Based on the most up-to-date evidence, RESTORE allows people to monitor their fatigue, and set goals to help them manage fatigue more effectively.
It links to the Macmillan fatigue diary, to help keep track of energy levels and work out what makes fatigue better or worse.
The RESTORE tool is available for anyone experiencing cancer-related fatigue at www.macmillanrestore.org.uk