2. Make Your Bed Your Friend Again
It’s important to create optimal conditions for rest following the completion of treatment (to help avoid depression and anxiety), although you may also be dealing with cancer-related fatigue (CRF) that doesn’t go away with sleep, explains an article in Express UK.
While it can take up to 12-months to regain your original energy levels, you may want to talk to your doctor about adjusting medications and ensuring your bedroom is the right temperature for sleeping comfortably, adds the source. “It’s important not to associate bed with anxiety, so don’t go to bed if you’re not tired and get up if you find yourself lying awake,” it offers.