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Richards KC, Lambert C, Beck CK, Bliwise DL, Evans WJ, Kalra GK, Kleban MH, Lorenz R, Rose K, Gooneratne NS, Sullivan DH. Strength training, walking, and social activity improve sleep in nursing home and assisted living residents: randomized controlled trial. Journal of the American Geriatrics Society. 2011 Feb 1; 59(2):214-23.
High-intensity physical resistance strength training and walking combined with social activity significantly improved sleep in nursing home and assisted living residents. The interventions by themselves did not have significant effects on sleep in this population.