Demand on your CARE: Is good sleep a blessing for ageing
Sleep disturbance is a complex health problem in ageing global populations with decreasing qualities of life. Learning how sleep drive interacts will help these populations maintain quality sleep with ageing.
Sharing from seniors on sleep issues
Video 1: Introduction - Is Good Sleep a Blessing for Ageing?
Video 2: How sleep affects health
Video 3: Sleep in later life, how big a problem is that?
Video 4: Sleep disturbance in the older people
Video 5: Impact of poor sleep
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Video 1: Social relation
Video 2: Environment & Assistive Technology
Video 3: The body tempreature effect
Video 4: Indoor sound control
Video 5: Assistive technology
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