Fragmented or interrupted sleep may be associated with placement in assisted-living facilities.

The Journal of the American Geriatrics Society recently published a prospective cohort study that found that women who had interrupted sleep and lower sleep efficiency had higher odds of being placed in assistant-living facilities. Although this study only shows an association, sleep disturbances are linked to numerous diseases. What best practices do you recommend your patients in terms of getting a good night rest?

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