Tailored interventions may mitigate sleep disturbances among women with breast cancer
4 days ago - By Healio
Tailored interventions that address pain, anxiety, fatigue or perceived stress may benefit women with breast cancer who experience sleep disturbance, according to study results presented at the virtual Oncology Nursing Society Congress.
These interventions should be considered prior to and during chemotherapy, researchers noted.
“The level of sleep disturbances has positive associations with levels of several concurrent symptoms, providing insight into important factors that could be considered for preventing or mitigating sleep disturbances breast cancer survivors,” Gee Su
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