It all comes down to personal preference and dexterity! These are the most important factors to consider when choosing headwear, since style and the ability to fashion the headwear is mostly up to you.
Cancer hats for men are popular choices for outdoor activities because they offer great protection against the elements. On the other hand, women often go for bamboo hats, since they are highly breathable, good for hot and cold weather, and fashionable - with ruching and buckles. There’s also a variety of hats, such as soft cotton beanies, which are often worn at bedtime; keeping you warm and preventing annoying loose stray hairs on your pillow.
Turban style are proving more and more popular amongst chemo patients in the UK as of late - especially those made out of bamboo. These are perfect for female cancer patients because they can be styled in a variety of ways - allowing you to change up your look as often as you’d like.
Scarves for chemo patients come in a variety of forms. Most of them are permanently tied and attached to a soft stretch band that sits comfortably around the head. This is done to help those who might suffer reduced mobility. Elegant, trendy, fashionable, the variety of colours and fabrics is all but infinite, giving you a wide range of options to choose from.
Personal preference and dexterity are the biggest factors when it comes to choosing how to cover your head. Hats are very easy to wear, and very breathable. They are a great choice when walking around the house, or to sleep in at nighttime to protect your pillow from loose stray hair. Turban style hats are proving more and more popular, especially those made out of bamboo. Scarves are a stylish option for covering your head, but if you are experiencing peripheral neuropathy, or have limited upper arm movement, tying a scarf may prove difficult.