Subdued lighting in care homes disrupts the natural body clock of Alzheimer’s patients, leaving them prone to insomnia and disrupted sleep, a study claims.

Patients battling the most common form of dementia often spend most of their day indoors, particularly if they are stuck in a care home.

Researchers fear this may make them suffer sleep disturbances, and leave them more agitated and depressed.

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