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ADHD and Sleep

Sleep is a critical factor that is often overlooked in helping children with ADHD control their behavior and focus on tasks. Getting to sleep can be a challenge for a child with ADHD; however, parents can help by limiting screen time, especially before bed, removing caffeine from their child’s diet, and setting a routine bedtime schedule to help promote sleep.

Dr. Michael Clatch, Psy. D
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