Getting adequate sleep is a challenge for people with cancer. Treatments for cancer can lead to intense daytime fatigue, which can lead to problems with insomnia at night if naps are taken throughout the day. Also, a well-controlled sleep-wake pattern is necessary for the circadian system to assist in chronotherapeutic approaches.
[October 23, 2018 || Stanford Health Care]
“Many cancer patients have sleep problems. Sleep is needed for good health. Dr. Lahijani talked about sleep disorders cancer patients may have and how they affect cognition.”
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