Below are the best articles we could find on Insomnia and cancer.
Roughly half of patients with cancer have symptoms of insomnia, and many may have sleep problems that linger for at least a year, a small study suggests.
The most common malignancies were breast cancer, tumors of the prostate or testicles, and colorectal cancer.
Many cancer patients face sleep problems, such as difficulty falling asleep, frequent nighttime waking, rising too early in the morning, or excessive sleeping during the day.
People with cancer sometimes have an increased risk for sleep problems because of treatment effects and other factors. It's important to know why sleep problems can happen, what can be done to help manage them, and when to ask for help.
I am a person who always was able to sleep and would generally be out before my head ever hit the pillow. Now I found myself tossing and turning for hours at a time.
Ten years after diagnosis, could I finally dispense with chemical sleeping aids?
As knowledge has grown about sleep’s integral role in overall health, many sleep scientists have turned their attention to how sleep and cancer are connected.
Getting enough sleep is important for overall health and may be related to cancer risk.
Not getting enough sleep may put some people at risk for much more than being drowsy the next day, a new study says.
In patients with cancer, corticosteroids, or steroids, can be a part of the cancer treatment or they might be used to help with the side effects of treatment, or even as part of a pain management program.
A study looking at the data of thousands of participants suggests that there may be a link between severe sleep apnea and the likelihood of developing cancer. However, this link appears to be stronger in women.
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