Sleep Disorders in Dementia

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Are those who suffer from dementia more prone to sleep disorders?

Sleep Disorders in Dementia

Sleep problems are different for those who suffer from dementia. Those with dementia also have problems such as arthritis, dehydration and infections that may also contribute to poor sleep. Those with Alzheimer's Disease are light sleepers that are easily awakened and have sleep patterns that are generally abnormal.

Experts suggest those suffering from sleeplessness and dementia seek relief from outside walks in the sun, temperature control in the bedroom, and avoiding caffeine beverages at night. Naps during the day are not helpful because they may make sleeping at night more difficult.



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