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.

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Set a Bedtime Alarm

Program a wristwatch with an alarm, or set an alarm clock, to go off one hour before bedtime, so you have time to prepare for bed. If you often get stuck watching TV, place the alarm clock in another room, so you will be forced to get up to turn it off.

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TAGS: ADHD Sleep Advice, ADHD Relaxation Tips, ADHD Expert Tips

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