Bright Light Therapy Improves Sleep Quality in Cancer Survivors, Pilot Study Shows

Bright Light Therapy Improves Sleep Quality in Cancer Survivors, Pilot Study Shows
Daily sessions of bright light exposure improve sleep quality in fatigued cancer survivors, researchers found. The study, “The Effect of Systematic Light Exposure on Sleep in a Mixed Group of Fatigued Cancer Survivors,” appeared in the Journal of Clinical Sleep Medicine. Cancer patients, including those with ovarian cancer, report sleep disturbances at a higher rate than

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