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How to Reduce Sleep Disturbances Caused by Cancer

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Young woman with cancer unable to sleep,
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Man having chest pain in bed.
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Cancer is a risk factor for insomnia


Woman with a headache at night unable to sleep.
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Other cancer-related risk factors for insomnia


Tired, ill woman talking to female doctor.
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The importance of insomnia screening


Daughter hugging mother who has cancer.
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Insomnia treatment should be personalized


Woman having a relaxing bath before bed.
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Treating mild sleep disturbances without medication


Couple holding hands on a walk outside in the morning.
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Morning light and nighttime worry


Man using an e-reader at night.
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Evening light and a relaxing buffer zone


Woman comforting friend, holding hands.
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Treating insomnia symptoms and insomnia syndrome


Sleeping pills and glass of water on night stand.
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When to use sleeping pills


Concerned man talking to his doctor.
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The importance of addressing sleep disturbances


Martin Reed

Martin Reed

@insomniacoach

Martin is the creator of Insomnia Coach, an eight-week course that combines online sleep education with individual sleep coaching. His course helps clients improve their sleep so they can enjoy a better life with more energy and start each day feeling happy, healthy, rested, and refreshed. Martin also runs a free sleep training course that has helped over 5,000 insomniacs. He holds a master’s degree in health and wellness education and studied clinical sleep health at the University of Delaware.