Sleep and Aging
Contrary to popular belief, our sleep needs don't change as we grow older - from early adulthood to our twilight years, we should strive to maintain a regular sleep schedule consisting of 7-8 hours of uninterrupted quality sleep per night
As we age, our sleep patterns change and our sleep tends to become more fragile. Sleep becomes less deep and more fragmented, due to a variety of age-related physiological changes and lifestyle alterations.
Pain, medication and temperature swings
Erratic sleep schedules
Creating the right environment
As I get older and my body changes, I don't have to buy other mattresses-I can just change the firmness. Sylvia W. SLEEP NUMBER 35
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