Chemo Brain Kit (1)

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‘Chemo brain’ is a form of cognitive impairment that can affect anyone with cancer whether they are receiving chemotherapy or another type of treatment. We've handpicked the ultimate bundle of products to help sharpen your brain and increase your attention span, keeping chemo brain at bay!

This kit contains:

  • CanPlan Cancer Planner - A one-of-a-kind planner designed to assist cancer patients and caregivers with the daily battles of cancer, by providing words of encouragement, reminders for positive living, and a tracking method to monitor the illness from beginning to end. It is an all-in-one tool for patients and caregivers to take control of their cancer.
  • The Art of Mindfulness - Relaxing Colouring Book This is an excellent way to relax and clear your mind. Colouring will help you achieve a deeper sense of calm as you focus bringing the beautiful illustrations to life. The patterns are specially designed to promote a state of mindfulness.
  • Live Better With Stress Relief Balm Managing a long-term health condition can be a rollercoaster of stress and worry. If you’re struggling to keep calm and carry on, taking five minutes with this balm could be the breath of fresh air you need.

Live Better With Stress Relief Balm:

Olea europaea fruit oil

Ricinus communis seed oil

Euphorbia cerifera cera


Mentha spicata herb oil

Lavandula angustifolia flower oil

Rosmarinus officinalis leaf oil



Chemo Brain Kit FAQs

  • Chemo Brain is cognitive impairment during cancer treatment. It includes difficulty concentrating, struggling with memory and what is often described as a mental ‘fog’ that can make daily tasks more difficult to accomplish.

  • The effects of ‘Chemo brain’ will vary greatly from person to person. For some, it will end around the same time as treatment. For others it may be several months or more. There are plenty of steps you can take to reduce the effects of ‘Chemo brain’ so that you feel more oriented and together.

  • Most people find that ‘chemo brain’ goes away some time after treatment. For some people it will end around the same time as treatment and for others it can last as much as a year. Going through cancer is a very stressful time for both your body and mind, and it is important that you take it slowly as you try and get back to ‘normal’.

  • There are several techniques you can try to help reduce the effects of ‘chemo brain’. Keeping a diary and making notes with reminders of daily tasks are a good way of staying oriented, and mental exercises and even light physical exercise are both thought to be beneficial in keeping your brain sharp and healthy. Stress is thought to be a big factor in triggering the symptoms of chemo brain, so it is important that you are able to relax when you need it. Practicing mindfulness is thought to be a good way to find calm as well as focus the mind.

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