Sleep for Seniors: Addressing Sleep Quality in the Geriatric Population

Sleep for Seniors: Addressing Sleep Quality in the Geriatric Population

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1 Presentation | 1 hour 15 mins
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Description

This presentation provides an explanation of how to approach insomnia in patients over the age of 60. Topics will include changes in sleep stages as we age, including physiology and patterns; common geriatric conditions that exacerbate insomnia; medications that influence; and emphasis on a variety of gentle accessible therapies

Learning Objectives

  • Understand common changes in sleep patterns with age
  • Understand what medical conditions can be exacerbated by insomnia
  • Understand safe therapeutic options for sleep disorders
  • Understand influence of alcohol and caffeine on insomnia

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