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Does melatonin improve sleep in older people? A randomised crossover trial
Age and Ageing
Study objective: to determine whether melatonin will improve quality of sleep in healthy older people with age-related sleep maintenance problems. Design: a double blind randomised placebo controlled crossover trial in healthy older volunteers. Setting: a largely urban population, Auckland, New Zealand. Participants: participants were part of the larger Possible Role of Melatonin in Sleep of Elders study. People 65 years or more of age were recruited through widespread advertising. We screeneddoi:10.1093/ageing/32.2.164 pmid:12615559 fatcat:c67eepmiizfl7hfbcnlzyopexa