Exercise can help to improve cardiovascular health, build muscle strength, increase self-esteem, and reduce anxiety levels. It can also help to regulate side effects from certain cancer treatments, including fatigue. It is common for men to reduce their levels of physical activity after a prostate cancer diagnosis as they deal with the surgery, side effects from medication, and emotional challenges that arise after a cancer diagnosis. However, exercise is very beneficial in managing both physical and mental wellbeing after a diagnosis.
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