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Blue Washed Wall

We create safe spaces for you to talk about your life after cancer.

I don't seem to be able to sleep tonight. At all! I usually have sleeping problems but tonight its worse. The problem is that insomniac nights always make me think of cancer, scans, fears etc. Is this just me? Do other people find that their worries about health creep up on them during the night? 

Is this just me? Absolutely not, it happens to the best of us. Here are a few exercises and apps that both myself and clients have found helpful. 


  • In that moment (when you’re unable to sleep), how do you want to feel? Write it down. What one thing could you do to take you closer to this? Write it down. When will you do this? Write it down. Please share what you have written down here.

  • Writing is a great tool. Write your thoughts, worries and fears down before you go to sleep. Empty your thoughts onto the page. 

  • If you’re awake at night, focus on your breath, count your breaths if it helps. Take the power out of your thoughts by letting them pass you by.


  • Calm has a great selection of fiction sleep stories to relax you before bedtime

  • Relax Melodies offer relaxing sounds and sleep meditations. These sounds help you relax and take back control of your sleeping. 

Question sent from Mission Remission.

Mission Remission are an interactive platform for cancer survivors to share experiences and practical tips for moving forward.

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