Get quality sleep

Lack of sleep has an impact on your memory, weight, emotions, and even appearance. Even though it is harder to stay asleep and fall asleep as you get older, you still need the same amount of hours.

Signs & Symptoms

Consequences of Poor Sleep in Elderly

  • Lack of energy
  • Poor Concentration
  • Mood Swings
  • Short Attention Span
  • Disturbed Sleep
  • Poor Decision Making



The majority of sleep issues are brought on by snoring, drug side effects, and underlying illnesses like acid reflux, depression, and prostate issues.

  • A great place to begin is by raising these concerns with your doctor.
  • By creating a tranquil atmosphere and allowing ample time for rest.
  • Engaging in relaxation exercises, you can also get more restful sleep.

Frequently Asked Questions

The need for sleep varies considerably across age groups. Although, the need for sleep reduces with age, for most adults, 7 to 8 hours a night appears to be the best amount of sleep.

The elderly experience different sleep problems if not more. They typically snooze for shorter intervals and with less intensity. Additionally, sleeplessness is somewhat more common among older persons.

Generally, it includes feeling drowsy during the day or falling asleep within five minutes of lying down microsleeps, or very brief periods of sleep in an otherwise awake person. Sleep deprivation can also result in irritability, and lack of concentration and prolonged deprivation of sleep can lead to anxiety, in such cases the elderly need online therapists. For the best Geriatric Counselling, visit TalktoAngel.

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