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The key for older people to sleep well at night could be how hot or cold their room is.
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Researchers say the best way to get a good night's sleep is to make sure.
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They asked 50 people aged 65 and older to wear a sleep monitor.
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The researchers found that the quality of sleep worsened.
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Sleep tends to come easier and is often deeper and more restful.
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Temperature could affect sleep as much as experiencing pain.
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The researchers found a 5-10 per cent drop in sleep quality.
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An inability to think clearly mood swings and higher levels of stress.
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Other problems include an increased chance of getting diabetes.
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The potential impact of climate change on sleep quality in older adults.
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