Insomnia is the most common sleep complaint at any age!

A study of adults over 65 found that 13 percent of men and 36 percent of women take more than 30 minutes to fall asleep.

Also, Silvers often sleep less deeply and wake up more often throughout the night, which may be why they may nap more often during the daytime. Nighttime sleep schedules may change with age too. Many older adults tend to get sleepier earlier in the evening and awaken earlier in the morning.

Many people believe that poor sleep is a normal part of aging, but it is not. Sleep patterns change as we age, but disturbed sleep and waking up tired every day are not part of healthy aging.

If you are having trouble sleeping, see your doctor or a sleep specialist. We enjoyed the thorough research collected in this story from Healthline!

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