Not a surprise, but important to acknowledge. Recognizing the symptoms is the first step towards finding a solution. "The study found that most participants got less than six hours of sleep each night, accompanied by frequent awakenings—as often as four times per hour.These kinds of disruptions can lead to chronic sleep deprivation and place caregivers at risk for depression, weight gain, heart disease, and premature death, says lead author Yu-Ping Chang, a professor in the School of Nursing at the University at Buffalo." https://www.futurity.org/dementia-caregivers-sleep-1826842/
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