EFFECTIVENESS OF SLEEP HYGIENE PROGRAMME ON KNOWLEDGE AND PRACTICE REGARDING SLEEP HYGIENE AMONG SELECTED INSTITUTIONALIZED OLDER ADULTS

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Ms. Arti Choudhary
Ms. Haritha M. Nair
Mr. Jaivin Jaisingh J
Mr. Libin Joseph

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Sleep hygiene refers to the set of behaviors, an appropriate environment, a healthy lifestyle, and other sleep-related aspects that can be altered as a stand-alone treatment or component for sleep-related issues. Many health issues accompany ageing, including sleep problems. Sleep deprivation causes a slew of issues, lowering people's quality of life as they age. The main aim of the investigation was to evaluate the impact of sleep hygiene programme on knowledge and practices regarding sleep hygiene among selected institutionalized older adults. Quantitative research approach with one group pre-test post test test design was utilized in this investigation. The investigation was done at  old age homes of Moradabad U.P. In relation to the level of knowledge among older adults, the pre test mean knowledge scores  4.3 with the  S.D 2.51 post test mean  knowledge score 23.86 with the  S.D 1.99. Calculated’ value 58.085 showed that statistically high significant at p<0.001 level.

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