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Live Webinar on April 21: “Why Am I Always So Tired?” The Latest Science on Improving Sleep in Children and Teens with ADHD

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Not available April 21? Don’t worry. Register now and we’ll send you the replay link to watch at your convenience.Insufficient sleep and sleep problems are very common in children and teens with ADHD.

In fact, half of parents of children with ADHD say that their child has moderate or severe problems getting enough rest. In adolescence, sleep can become more disrupted as biological changes affect circadian function and teens take more control of their sleep habits and schedule.Insufficient or poor sleep is linked to daytime impairments in children with ADHD: severe inattention, depression, and poorer quality of life and daily functioning.

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