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Last but not least, if you (or your older relative) have experienced the very common combination of waking up to pee at night and difficulty sleeping, I highly recommend listening to this podcast episode, which features a geriatrician who is an expert on this: 092- Interview: Addressing Nighttime Urination & Insomnia in Aging.




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For instance, in this randomized control study, many older adults who had been on benzodiazepines for sleep (mean duration of use was 19.3 years!) were able to taper off their sleeping pills. 63% were drug-free after 7 weeks. (Yeah!)


Benzodiazepine drugs and sleeping medications such as zolpidem (brand name Ambien) are definitely risky for older adults, as they dampen brain function and worsen balance. If you or your loved one is depending on such medications to sleep, I recommend you get help tapering off, as described above. Most older adults can learn to sleep without these medications, although it can take a little effort to wean off the drug and learn to get to sleep without them.


My father who is 61 years of age are facing problems since last 3 months. I can see some patters like :1) He can sleep for only 3-4 Hrs on every alternate day, but between the alternate days he cannot sleep at all.2) On every alternate day , he has an urge to go to washroom to urinate ( the frequency is typically is 1 time/hour).3) He has taken some antibiotics like NEXITO PLUS but at the beginning for a week they work , but now they are not helping.4) He feels exhausted day by day and facing memory problems.5) He did not drink nor smoke and has a good overall health, he was sleeping comfortably before last 3 months with no issues. He was sleeping well for about 7-8 hours daily.


If your father was sleeping well until 3 months ago and now has developed all these problems, then I would say he certainly needs a thorough and careful medical evaluation to figure out what might be the cause of these problems.


My 88 year old mother moved to a personal care home 4 weeks ago. She has been having a very difficult time sleeping due to nightmares that seem very, very real to her! They are giving her Temazepam 30 mg and Ativan 1 mg with no effect. She is not sleeping, and is exhausted. The lack of sleep is impacting her daily activities, she cannot even feed herself at times. Suggestions?,


It is extremely important to block all light from your sleeping environment. Blackout windows, no cell phone or computer lights, etc.When you rise to use the bathroom, use a small flashlight for safety and navigating, do not turn on lights.


I cannot fall asleep without a Temazepam (I have been on 7 or 8 sleeping pills thorugh the years). I sometimes cannot fall asleep, I sometimes fall asleep but wake after a few hours and cannot sleep again. I sometimes am awake most of the night.


Very nice article, Leslie! I am an 81 year old male, without major sleeping problems. Let me mention two things that are very helpful: A small dog snuggled up next to your legs, and very short socks to keep your toes warm.


As a Geriatrician, I have to add a word of caution about sleeping pills in general. If we look at the scientific evidence about using antidepressants like trazodone for insomnia, there is moderate evidence for a small effect of trazodone, when used in the short term. And unfortunately, all antidepressants can increase the risk of falls in older adults.


I can understand being less concerned about addiction or tolerance (needing higher doses of a medication to get an effect) in an older adult. Even if the goals of care are for a better quality of life though, the use of temazepam or other benzodiazepines could have unpleasant side effects like an increased risk for falls and mental dullness or confusion, as well as daytime drowsiness. I like this website, , which gives a good outline of the hazards of sleeping pills in older adults.


If all of that has been reviewed, then cognitive behavioural therapy for insomnia might be the answer. I made a YouTube video about that, which you can watch here: There;s also an excellent website that reviews the hazards of sleeping pills and alternatives:


The purpose of a bedtime routine is to calm your baby in the evening, so that their body can relax and welcome sleep. Certain activities have been proven to relax babies, and when done in the right order, it sets your baby up for sleeping longer at night.


This guide outlines some amazing day and night time recommendations. An 8:00PM bedtime is reasonable for a 3 month old. You can then expect your LO to sleep between 9-11 hours at night, with many sleeping 10 hours. If this is the case, I would consider between 8pm-6am as bedtime and make sure your LO is sleeping in the crib in a blackout room with white noise. During the daytime, keep aiming for 2.5-4 hours of day sleep. You want to make sure your LO is well rested during the day because being overtired can lead to more struggles at bedtime.


In the Baby Center community, moms reported that their babies didn't sleep as well if they were in the same room as mom, and that they often slept through the night when put down in their own room, or in a separate room from mom. And their pediatricians backed them up. According to Glade B. Curties and Judith Schuler, authors of Your Baby's First Year, Week By Week, infants rely on their sense of smell to recognize the scent of their mother's nipples. Your baby associates this smell with comfort, security, and of course, hunger. Though it might seem like there could be a correlation between the sense of smell and wanting to feed throughout the night, other research seems to negate the idea that a fussy baby could be losing sleep because of your scent. In fact, most research finds that mom's scent helps calm a baby down, and keep them sleeping through


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Reviewed by: Summer's End Karen Coats Couloumbis, Audrey Summer's End. Putnam, 2005184p ISBN 0-399-23555-8$16.99 R Gr. 7-10 Fourteen-year-old Grace is irritated when her brother, Collin, burns his draft card at an anti-Vietnam War sit-in the day before her birthday, because it makes Daddy cancel her party. Gradually, the seriousness of Collin's action begins to dawn on Grace, especially when Daddy, a Korean War veteran, puts all of Collin's belongings out on the porch and Mom and Daddy stop sleeping together. Unable to cope with the tension at home, Grace stows away in the back of Uncle Milford's pickup and heads to her grandmother's farm, where she'll be surrounded by her busy extended family. The war finds its way there as well, though, as her cousins Dolly and Theo are at odds with each other over their brothers: Dolly's brother is fighting in Vietnam, but Theo's brother has gone to Canada, and it looks as though Collin is right behind him. Tempers flare as each sibling struggles not only to understand but also to be proud of the stances their brothers have taken. Award-winning author Couloumbis (Say Yes, BCCB 7/02, Getting Near to Baby, BCCB 11/99) showcases her skills at tackling tough topics with understated tenderness as she deftly maneuvers plot details to draw readers into the complex moral dilemmas of those turbulent times; without taking sides, she shows how personal fears, ideological commitments, and irreconcilable conflicts combine to force people into unsatisfying compromises, and how personal safety is a compelling but ultimately too relative concept on which to hang important decisions. She is spot on with her characterizations of Grace, Dolly, and Theo as they negotiate between egocentric responses and more nuanced and mature ones. Richly generative in its depiction and complication of the concepts of family, death, war, and taking a stand, this text would pair beautifully with Walter Dean Myers' Fallen Angels (BCCB 4/88) for a well-rounded picture of the Vietnam experience from multiple perspectives.


And if an electric blanket is not human, neither was Mike's sleeping partner. Mom was a brood bitch and she was some dog for one dog. In fact, this is the fourth column I have written in the Mom Trilogy, but let me just recap on her early life.


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