Tai Chi for Breast Cancer Survivors To Battle Insomnia
Nearly 30% of breast cancer survivors have insomnia and worrying about sleep makes it even harder to fall asleep. Now, new UCLA research shows that tai chi, a form of slow-moving meditation, is just as effective as cognitive behavioral therapy, with both showing enduring benefits over one year. Tai chi promotes robust improvements in sleep health in breast cancer survivors with insomnia, with additional benefits of improving depressive symptoms and fatigue.
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