Here are some little known facts about the word GLAM. It was first used in 1963. It has many definitions including Webster’s Dictionary, which defines Glam as extremely showy, to its appearance in the slang dictionary as the short version of glamorous. Their example,“Hey-that is a glam prom dress!”
Fatigue is a common side effect of chemotherapy treatments, especially on the heels of the busy holiday season. For women in treatment who are used to running the show, losing energy is an especially unpleasant surprise. But thanks to designer Marc Jacobs, we know that being stylish means making any look our own, including looking good, even while lounging.
Taking time to recover and relax is an essential part of maintaining your personal style. No one can look their best without rest! Many women don’t anticipate how tired they’ll feel after chemo treatments, since the meds zap your red blood cells, leaving you wiped out. We have some secret weapons to help you weather the fatigue.
Research shows that women with cancer are more restless at night and the body’s basic circadian rhythms that control our sleepiness and wakefulness aren’t different enough, meaning you can often feel a little asleep and a little awake. Here are some techniques that may help battle this inner confusion.