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Night Shift CNAs
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Transitioning into night shift as a certified nursing assistant can take a major toll on your body and mind if not done correctly. These changes affect our normal sleep wake cycles and our circadian rhythm. By nature our bodies are designed to be awake during the day and to rest and repair at night.
There are fortunately ways for Certified Nursing Assistant to employ different strategies to make nighttime care giving easier and more effective. These tips can potentially minimizing sleep interruption for residents being cared for.