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Do you find yourself lying in bed with your eyes wide open, tossing and turning all night long? If you have trouble falling asleep or staying asleep throughout the night, you are in good company.
Insomnia is no stranger to cancer. According to the National Cancer Institute, as many as half of patients with cancer have problems sleeping. Unfortunately, not getting a good night’s sleep is like a domino effect for your body. Lack of sleep can cause other cancer-related symptoms including pain, fatigue, depression or anxiety to worsen.
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