Cancer and Insomnia: What to Know?

Insomnia in cancer patients is so common and can be dangerous.

Insomnia is characterized by difficulty falling or staying asleep. Several factors can lead to chronic sleep disturbances, from pain to anxiety.
People experiencing insomnia have one or more of the following symptoms: having trouble falling and staying asleep and going back to sleep, waking up often during the night, not feeling rested in the morning or feeling tired during the day, experiencing restlessness or anxiety at bedtime.
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