Dementia & Sleep: Tips for a better night's sleep

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Dementia and sleep problems

Everyone feels better after a good night’s sleep and people living with dementia are no exception. So what can you do to help them sleep longer and better?

5 reasons dementia affects sleep

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It’s very common for someone with dementia to experience sleep disturbances. This can be extremely difficult and tiring, not just for them but for you too. Here, we look at why dementia causes sleep problems.

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Tips for a better night’s sleep

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Find out how to help someone with dementia sleep longer and feel more rested with these handy 13 tips.

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Barbara's Blog: The importance of foot health

This week in Barbara’s Blog, she discusses the importance of foot health and hygiene for people of all ages and how it can help potentially prevent falls for people with dementia.

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Barbara Stephens is our Caregiver-in-Chief here at Live Better With. She has been committed to supporting people living with dementia and their families throughout her life. Have a question or comment? Email [email protected]

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Our Mother's Day Gift Guide 

If you're looking for a Mother's Day gift for a loved one who is living with dementia, we've got lots of great gifts from companionship cats to jigsaw puzzles and activity books. 

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