Catching Up on Z's: Coping with Cancer-Related Insomnia and Fatigue
You may think problems sleeping are a natural part of having breast cancer now or in the past. But trouble falling or staying asleep for several nights can impact your self-esteem, mood, relationships and work, in addition to your physical health.
You don’t have to be tired all the time just because you have breast cancer. This July, join our tweeps for an engaging chat about cancer-related insomnia and fatigue, including
- The difference between everyday fatigue and fatigue caused by cancer
- Signs and symptoms of insomnia and fatigue
- Ways to cope with breast cancer-related sleep problems
Use #LBBCChat to follow and join the chat.