This study will be conducted to compare between effects of mindfulness breathing and storytelling on insomnia in the elderly.
Cairo 3753450, Egypt
Patients who have non-specific insomnia for one month at least.
Their ages > 65 years.
Medically stable patients.
Current complaint of poor SQ (score > 5 of the SQ scale)
Body mass index ≤ 35 kg/m2.
Patients having a well-structured diagnosis of relevant brain illness or
any disease directly affects sleep.
Any patient with unstable medical condition
History of chronic insomnia
Indication of receiving treatments for depression and anxiety
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Story telling is another common soothing bedtime routine for children that uses pictures and writing. It is also a nursing intervention that can be implemented to comfort hospitalized children with acute illness and increase enthusiasm. Story telling is a recommended activity that enhances sleep duration in children. Furthermore, it is considered a positive bedtime routine, in addition to praying and brushing teeth, compared to maladaptive bedtime routine, such as watching television, playing with gadgets, and playing games with high-level activities .