Sleep Factor and Long-Term Quality of Life

Sleep plays an essential role in health, particularly for children and adults with chronic conditions like obesity or diabetes.

Studies have demonstrated that adequate sleep can improve mood, cognition, attention, behavior, learning, memory retention as well as physical and mental wellbeing and quality of life.

Unfortunately though, many people fail to get enough shut-eye regularly - leading to chronic diseases like obesity, high blood pressure heart disease stroke or depression.

Furthermore, older individuals are more likely to experience insomnia, fragmented sleep, daytime fatigue and reduced energy and motivation due to other comorbidities like pain, urinary incontinence depression or social isolation that could impact their ability to get enough shut-eye. Their age-related decline in physical activity levels and daily routines may alter their sleep cycle accordingly.

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