Sleep Deprivation Aging and Exercise.

Sleep Deprivation Aging and Exercise.

Sleep Deprivation Aging and Exercise.

As our age advances, our sleep patterns get altered. Many elder people sleep light or their sleep is disturbed almost on a daily basis or their day naps interfere with their regular sleep or their health condition disturbs their sleep.

Sometimes, the death of a loved one or a friend causes them sleeplessness.

Specific sleep disorders such as Sleep Apnea, Restless Leg Syndrome and REM behavior disorder are associated with age.

All elderly folks need to consult their doctor if they observe any symptoms of sleeplessness.

Sleep and Exercise.

Exercise can help a person get a good night’s sleep, so long you don’t exercise within 2-3 hours of bedtime. People who exercise for 30-40 minutes daily can easily get sound sleep.

You may perform strenuous exercises in the daytime, but if you exercise in the evenings, then indulge in light aerobics exercises such as a slow jog or a stroll.

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