Seniors should be getting at least seven to eight hours of sleep every night.
Even though getting a full night of sleep is important, it means nothing if the quality is poor. According to the National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute, the condition of your rest has an impact on your mental and physical health, as well as overall outlook on life.
After waking from a night of tossing and turning, you’ll notice a difference in the way you think, react and go about the day. Poor sleep quality may even raise your risk for developing chronic conditions like heart …read more