Free Download: Sleep Disorders Linked to ADHD
Sleep disorders like sleep apnea, restless leg syndrome, and DSWPD often occur in people with ADHD. Learn more about these sleep disturbances, treatment options, and how to fall asleep.
Adults with ADHD rarely fall asleep easily, sleep soundly through the night, and wake up feeling refreshed.
The reasons for these sleep challenges are numerous — everything from faulty circadian rhythm and neurological abnormalities to engaging in common ADHD behaviors like overstimulating activities late at night.
Sleep disorders like sleep apnea, restless leg syndrome, and delayed sleep phase syndrome (DSWPD) are common in adults with ADHD. They can also exacerbate ADHD symptoms and lead to health problems, such as a weakened immune system, a dysregulated appetite and metabolism, and moodiness.
In this download, you will learn the following:
- How to distinguish between obstructive sleep apnea, restless leg syndrome, and delayed sleep-wake syndrome
- Symptoms of sleep disorders
- What to do if you are experiencing sleep disturbances
- Treatment options to help you fall asleep
- And more!
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