Hi Ladies, I initially had problems sleeping after starting Letrozole but things settled down, so put it down to the worry of being diagnosed straight to stage 4. Still do have the odd bad night though and find a few things do help me, I don’t drink much caffeine but don’t have a cuppa after 4pm, did use This Works Deep Sleep Pillow Spray and noticed that I tend to sleep well when I’ve had a good walk that day. That said, I’ve just started using a pillow spray by Neom which a friend said was better, and I think she’s right. I also take magnesium which if low can affect sleep, but you may want to get medical advice about that, my Onc doesn’t have a problem with supplements. The magnesium in a banana before bed is enough for some, even better if taken with milk I believe, but I didn’t try that as I tend to avoid dairy.
Lynn, I started Yoga almost a year ago and love it. It was a class for complete beginners and I haven’t said anything about my illness, one thing I would say, make sure you like the teacher, I didn’t realise how much difference it makes! I’d tried it a few years ago but soon lost interest, then a friend said about how she’d started a different class and now loves it so gave another go. Keep saying I must try a reflexology session too.