Physical activity in mid-age and older women with sleeping problems: The need for a patient-centred approach

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Abstract

This paper focuses on the association of sleeping problems among mid-age and older women with being sedentary and the negative association with vigorous physical activity (PA). Sleeping problems are highly correlated with co-morbid chronic conditions and financial stress. This paper interrogates the complexities of prescribing and promoting PA for sleeping problems amongst older women. This paper is derived from a longitudinal study of women’s health and a sub-study of the 45 and up study. The paper explores the need for patient-centred care and responses in treating mid-age and older women with sleeping problems and evaluating the need for tailoring PA according to individual circumstances.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - Jul 2019
EventSporting Traditions XXII: Sport on the Periphery - Charles Sturt University, Bathurst, Australia
Duration: 01 Jul 201904 Jul 2019
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ConferenceSporting Traditions XXII
CountryAustralia
CityBathurst
Period01/07/1904/07/19
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Patient-Centered Care
Women's Health
Longitudinal Studies

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Physical activity in mid-age and older women with sleeping problems : The need for a patient-centred approach. / Meredith, Sophie.

2019. Abstract from Sporting Traditions XXII, Bathurst, Australia.

Research output: Other contribution to conferenceAbstract

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