Older adults are recommended to sleep 7–8 h/night [2]. Considering sleep onset latency (the time a person lays in bed before falling asleep) increases with age [24], we deemed TIB of 7–9 h as appropriate for this age group. Participants were categorized according to how frequent they reached 7–9 h of TIB in the measurement days: UTIB (usually having TIB 7–9 h/night: ≥80% of measurement days), STIB (sometimes having TIB 7–9 h/night: 20–79% of measurement days), and RTIB (rarely having TIB 7–9 h/night: < 20% of measurement days).

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