Few generations have treated their sleep with as much disregard as baby boomers, many of whom partied into the wee hours, rose before dawn for early morning runs, and pushed themselves through marathon work days as they climbed the corporate ladder. Now, as they move through their 50s and 60s and into retirement, a time when the notion of relaxation and restoration may seem more appealing, boomers are finding a good night’s sleep is often hard to come by. Like previous generations, many are grappling with insomnia, snoring, and other disorders associated with aging, excess weight, and uncooperative sleep cycles.
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