Apr 25, 2015 · She explained that when a survivor of breast cancer presents with a sleep complaint, determining if symptoms suggest the presence of an underlying sleep disorder, such as a specific insomnia Author: Joyce Pagan.
Sleep problems are one of the top five most burdensome lingering issues in breast cancer survivors (BCS). It is well documented that 67–90 % of BCS report sleep problems [15, 16]. BCS are twice as likely to report sleep problems as * Julie L. Otte [email protected] 1 IndianaUniversitySchoolofNursing,600BarnhillDriveNUW401, Indianapolis, IN 46202, USA.
May 16, 2017 · Sleep problems in breast cancer survivors 1–10 years posttreatment. They also had a lower QoL, greater severity of pain, more concerns about health and recurrence, and increased vasomotor symptoms (p sleepiness and depression were found to be not significantly correlated with sleep quality.Cited by: 6.
Sleep disorders in breast cancer survivors 1. Indiana University School of Nursing Indianapolis USA. 2. Indiana University School of Nursing Indianapolis USA. 3. IU Simon Cancer Center Indianapolis USA. 4. Division of Clinical Pharmacology Indiana University School of Medicine Indianapolis USA. Cited by: 4.
Poor sleep is a common trend among breast cancer patients, according to Dr. Larissa Korde, a Fred Hutch clinical and public health researcher and breast cancer oncologist at Seattle Cancer Care Alliance. But sleep deprivation is not just about the anxiety surrounding a cancer diagnosis. It’s a direct result of certain types of treatment.