Sound Sleep Solutions for Kids with ADHD
People with ADHD are three times more likely to have trouble falling and staying asleep. And that lack of replenishing rest can lead to health problems including diabetes, immune problems, and cardiovascular disease. In this free download, find ADHD-tested solutions.
Children with ADHD wake up too early, struggle nightly to fall asleep, and/or are unable to rouse themselves in the morning. Sleep is exhausting; not restorative. Bad sleep throws everything out of whack, and it can lead to a host of health problems including diabetes, immune problems, and cardiovascular disease.
In other words, this is a serious problem. This guide provides serious solutions. Read it to learn how to help your family get the shut-eye it needs.
Many of the regions of the brain that regulate attention also regulate sleep. In other words, the neurological chemistry in children with ADHD makes it tough for them to sleep. Additionally, children with ADHD tend to experience abnormalities in their circadian rhythms, or sleep patterns, so they don’t naturally feel sleepy or awake in sync with the sun’s setting and rising. And some children with ADHD also have trouble entering rapid eye movement (REM) sleep.
All of this contributes to a pervasive and ongoing problem with sleep that impacts the health and well-being of every member of your family. Read this free report to learn more about the causes of and solutions for your child’s sleep challenges. Topics include:
>> Common Sleep Problems, Explained
>> 15 Sleep Remedies – Strategies for Parents
>> Sleep Aids that Work
>> Sample Daily Schedule
>> And much more!
Unlocking the secrets to restorative sleep can help your child better manage her symptoms of ADHD and improve her appetite, stress, energy, motivation, focus, learning, and ability to regulate emotions. Get started today!