Sleeping patterns change with age. Research shows that young children between one and four years old tend to sleep 11 to 12 hours each day. Most people experience their best sleep during adolescence. However, once a child reaches pre-teen years, different sleep disturbances begin to occur.
Adults operate best when they receive 8 hours of sleep a night. However,
researchers say that almost seven out of ten adults experience issues that
affect their sleep. These include insomnia, sleep apnea, restless leg syndrome,
and “hot flashes” for women.
As people age and health problems increase for some, sleep is often disrupted.
Older adults tend to drag themselves from the warmth of their mattress three or
four times a night, usually to use the restroom or because of discomfort from
chronic health problems.
No matter what else is keeping you up a night, we know that investing in a
quality mattress can help anyone achieve a good night's rest.