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Creating the Best Sleeping Environment

Creating the Best Sleeping Environment

Did you know that most seniors have trouble sleeping? Insomnia and other sleep disturbances are more common among older adults. Changes in their internal clock and physical health as individuals age have an impact on how they sleep.

Our team at Passion and Caring Home For The Elderly LLC provides an ideal sleeping environment for your senior loved one based on our experience in the field of elder care. We make sure to create changes based on your loved one’s preferences to make their sleep better and more tranquil.

Our retirement center helped countless seniors who have difficulty sleeping, and we’ve seen the difference it makes in their overall health. Thus, it is the job of our expert caregivers to help our clients achieve quality care and outstanding health outcomes.

  • Keep their bedroom clean.
    Our senior care in Michigan ensures that our residents live in a safe, clean, and comfortable home. This includes regular cleaning in their bedrooms, amenities, and more.
  • Dark and cool.
    The body rests better if it sleeps somewhere cool and dark. We invest in blackout curtains to trap cool temperatures while keeping the light out.
  • No heavy meals during dinner.
    We keep dinners light but healthy. We also make it a point to never serve alcohol and caffeine during the night so that our seniors can sleep easily.
  • No daytime naps.
    Our care team entertains our seniors and ensures that they participate in various activities. Daytime napping can disrupt their internal clock, which makes it difficult to fall asleep.
  • No screentime before bed.
    Blue light is known to reduce the production of melatonin, the brain chemical that helps us sleep.

For more senior care health tips, feel free to get in touch with our assisted living home in Detroit, Michigan, anytime.

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