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Being more social may improve sleep (especially in seniors)

Seniors are more likely to suffer from insomnia than younger individuals. Fortunately, we need less sleep as we age - but insomnia should not be ignored, regardless of age (or gender).

Increasing social interaction may be one way to combat insomnia - particularly in the elderly who are more likely to experience isolation.

It's thought that regular interaction with others can significantly improve mood and our general outlook on life.

Friends and colleagues can offer support and engage our minds. Furthermore, regularly interacting with others may help expend energy which can improve sleep.

By being around others, we're also more likely to adjust to a regular sleep cycle since most people are living their lives on a regular sleep/wake cycle.

Being around people may also reduce the likelihood of developing conditions such as depression and anxiety, which can cause and even exacerbate insomnia symptoms.

These ideas were even explored in a recent press release for a retirement community in Australia.

So, if you want to improve your sleep, maybe it's time to get out more!

Source: Health Central

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Last updated: August 8, 2014

This Article Was Written By

Martin Reed

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