Disturbed sleep-wake cycles are common among advanced cancer patients in palliative care, and less-rhythmic cycles are associated with a shorter time to death from the first home visit, according to a Canadian study published in Chronobiology International. Lower levels of 24-hour light exposure were linked to greater sleep-wake cycle disruption.
Disrupted sleep-wake cycles common in advanced cancer, study says
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