Up All Night — for All the Wrong Reasons?
Sleep disturbances like insomnia are a frustrating byproduct of ADHD. When a buzzing mind or persistent worry won't let you rest, try these strategies.
Create Wake-Up and Wind-Down Routines
Waking up on time follows going to bed on time, and getting a full night’s rest. Develop routines to help you wake up happier and faster in the morning and 'wind down' at night.
These get-to-sleep and waking up easily routines can be simple — showering and watching the news each night, having coffee and reading the paper each morning.
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