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Dear customer,Thanks for your reply.Normally as one ages the time taken to fall asleep increases and there is more difficulty in staying asleep. Hence the sleep patterns will change as one ages. Most of the times this causes complaints of insomnia in elderly patients.Sleep which is excessive in old age can be due to poor sleep quality. Also the inadequate treatment of pain from arthritis can cause sleep disturbance.Also sleep problems are common in dementia patients. In dementia there is disturbed sleep with decreased sleep efficiency.However other conditions such as depression, low thyroid hormone, and renal failure need to be ruled out.Therefore I would suggest consulting her doctor and have complete blood count, thyroid function tests, and renal function tests done. A sleep study may also be required.Treatment will involve addressing the causative problem for the excessive sleep.Take care.