Self-reported sleep, demographics, health, and daytime functioning in young old and old old community-dwelling seniors.

@article{McCrae2008SelfreportedSD,
  title={Self-reported sleep, demographics, health, and daytime functioning in young old and old old community-dwelling seniors.},
  author={Christina S McCrae and Nancy M Wilson and Kenneth L. Lichstein and H. Heith Durrence and Daniel J. Taylor and Brant W. Riedel and A. K. Bush},
  journal={Behavioral sleep medicine},
  year={2008},
  volume={6 2},
  pages={106-26}
}
Sleep, demographics, health, and daytime functioning were examined in young old (60-74 years; n = 175) and old old (75-98 years; n = 147) community-dwelling seniors. Sleep diaries (2 weeks), 6 daytime functioning measures, and a demographics-health questionnaire were collected. The old old reported worse sleep than the young old. Women reported worse sleep… CONTINUE READING