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"Sleep and the ADHD Brain: Why It's Critical and How to Get More" [Video Replay & Podcast #239]
In this hour long webinar on-demand, learn how to identify and resolve ADHD-related sleep problems, with Joel Nigg, Ph.D., and Elizabeth Super, M.D.
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5 Comments: "Sleep and the ADHD Brain: Why It's Critical and How to Get More" [Video Replay & Podcast #239]
I’ve been diagnosed with ADHD, “idiopathic hypersomnia,” and fibromyalgia. I’m convinced they’re all interconnected, but no one knows how! My current “treatment” is just a stimulant medication that my doctor hopes will cover everything. It’s not going well! Any insight on the possible root cause or what we should actually be focusing on treating?
Any recommendations for sufferers of periodic limb movement (sleeping) disorder?
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What is the best way to get to bed on time?
I manage to get up with my alarm, but getting to bed is tough. Sometimes I am affraid to get to bed, even if I’m tired – it is as if I’m affraid of the many thoughts in my mind. I usually fall asleep on the couch. I wish to find a way to get 7h sleep in bed though, and not have to fight to get to bed.