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Sleep Issues in Dementia Long-term Care

May 3, 2024

Country Meadows

Sleep issues are common as we age. A third of US adults report that they usually get less than the recommended 7 hours or more of sleep a night, according to the CDC. However, people with Alzheimer’s disease often experience more frequent and more severe sleep disturbances. This can be challenging for people in dementia long-term care and their caregivers.

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