2. Fatigue

Cancers like chronic lymphocytic leukemia can be exhausting, even in the early stages. You may feel fatigued by your normal daily activities and may have a difficult time concentrating. In part, this is because your body is not producing enough red blood cells. This has an adverse impact on your heart and brain and can cause your body to feel tired all of the time. Other symptoms of chronic lymphocytic leukemia can affect your ability to sleep well during the night, which can also deplete your energy. It is important to be familiar with your sleep patterns so that chronic fatigue can be detected.


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