Healthy Living: Breast Cancer and Sleep
The bad news: one in eight women in the U.S. will hear the words ‘You have breast cancer’ at some point in her lifetime.
The good news: the five-year survival rate is improving.
It’s today’s Healthy Living.
Dr. Rogers says getting treated for cancer may change certain behaviors, such as making a person more tired, leading to them taking more naps during the day and then not sleeping well at night.