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Poor Sleep Habits Linked To Increased Risk Of Fibromyalgia In Women

Researchers from Norway have uncovered an association between sleep problems and increased risk of fibromyalgia in women. The risk of fibromyalgia increased with severity of sleep problems, and the association was stronger among middle-aged and older women than among younger women. Results of the prospective study, based on ten years of data, appear in Arthritis […]

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Michael Sharpe, MD

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy May Help Treat Unexplained Symptoms Of Pain, Weakness, And Fatigue

A new type of therapy may help people with symptoms such as pain, weakness, or dizziness that cannot be explained by an underlying disease, according to a study published in the July 27, 2011, online issue of Neurology, the medical journal of the American Academy of Neurology. These symptoms, which can also include fatigue, tingling, and […]

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Researcher Lynne I Wagner, PhD

Many Cancer Survivors Suffer Ongoing Problems With Pain, Fatigue, Sleep, Memory, And Concentration 3 to 5 Years After Treatment

When people finish treatment for cancer, they want to bounce back to their former vital selves as quickly as possible. But a new Northwestern Medicine study — one of the largest survivor studies ever conducted – shows many survivors still suffer moderate to severe problems with pain, fatigue, sleep, memory, and concentration three to five […]

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Troubled Sleep Contributes To Cognitive Problems In Childhood Cancer Survivors

A new analysis has found that childhood cancer survivors often suffer from sleep problems and fatigue, which negatively impact their attention and memory. Published early online in Cancer, a peer-reviewed journal of the American Cancer Society, the study indicates that addressing sleep hygiene among survivors of childhood cancer may help to improve their cognitive health.

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Researcher Janice Kiecolt-Glaser

Hyperactive Autonomic Nervous System In Patients With Breast Cancer May Cause Fatigue And Aging

The persistent fatigue that plagues one out of every three breast cancer survivors may be caused by one part of the autonomic nervous system running in overdrive, while the other part fails to slow it down.  That imbalance of a natural system in the body appears linked to the tiredness and exhaustion that can burden […]

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