Keep stress to a minimum
As shown, the best thing to do, as any cancer patient, is to try to manage stress levels. It is best to have a coping method for both psychological and physical stress on the body, and to make sure you are being open and honest about your stress with your doctors. Treating lymphoma is going to be most successful when you are working to treat your whole body, and all of the negative things going on in it. Stress in this situation is natural and normal, and is going to happen. It is important to remember that there is the possibility of it affecting your health in general, and even treatment outcomes. With that in mind, understand that managing stress is as important as managing your treatments.