A study in the journal Pediatric Blood & Cancer showed that adolescent and young adult cancer survivors with insomnia that were enrolled in an online intervention program specifically designed for adolescent and young adult cancer survivors said they had a significant lessening in fatigue, daytime sleepiness and insomnia severity and a general improvement in quality of life at eight and 16 weeks after starting to use the program.
Intervention may reduce insomnia among cancer survivors
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