Children with ADHD commonly experience sleep problems. Past studies indicate 70-85% of children with ADHD have sleep problems. In some of these cases, the significant sleep difficulties the children are experiencing are contributing to the symptoms and could even lead to the child being misdiagnosed. In other cases, sleep problems co-exist with ADHD and contribute to functional impairment.
Although the association between sleep difficulties and the ADHD diagnoses is well known, sleep......
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