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An end to sleepless nights? New hope for families raising children with ADHD

By BabySleepAdmin 4 years ago

In a twin study of children from England and Wales, children were followed from 5 to 18 years old. About 12% of these children had ADHD, but many no longer had an ADHD at 18 years old. For those teens, sleep was no worse than if they had never had ADHD at all. Learn more about this twin study, including the degree to which genetic and environmental factors play a role in the relationship between sleep problems and ADHD.

Read the full article on The Conversation  and on Goldsmiths University of London

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