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.
Stick to a Sleep Schedule
Wake up and go to bed at the same time every day. This will increase the quality of your sleep by letting your body enter into a daily rhythm, something that particularly benefits adults and children with ADHD. Not everyone requires the same amount of sleep, but consistency is the key, so work with your family to establish a sleep routine and stick to it.
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