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A Good Night’s Sleep Helps Children with ADHD

Erin Haak and her husband were stressed out and running on fumes, exhausted by their preschooler's consistent struggles to fall asleep and stay asleep through the night. "My husband and I were losing hours of sleep nearly every night trying to help our son, Kieran, sleep," said Haak, a Chicago mom of two, in an interview with Healthline.

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Dr. Sears Comments:

Dr. Barry Sears

Sleep disruption causes increased neuroinflammation.  So getting a good night’s sleep is an excellent way to re-establish better neurotransmitter communication.

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