Sleep

Having trouble sleeping is very common for people affected by breast cancer. This may be due to a number of factors including side effects of treatment, changes to your sleep pattern, and changes to your routine as well as possible depression, anxiety and fatigue following treatment. Talk with your health care professional about techniques to help you get a better night’s sleep.

See below for information on strategies for better sleep:
https://www.bcna.org.au/resource/fact-sheet-sleepless-nights-breast-cancer-and-sleep/

Peter Mac offers The Can-Sleep service which helps people with cancer improve night-time sleep problems. See below for further information:
https://www.petermac.org/services/cancer-information-resources/can-sleep

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