Sleep Problems

Sleep problems are very common. They can vary from bed-wetting, night terrors, sleep-walking and insomnia.

Not everyone needs the same amount of sleep so there might be nothing to worry about. However, the fear, anxiety and embarrassment your child/young person may experience from having a sleep disorder can exacerbate the original problem.

This can be very upsetting and disruptive to the child/young person and the rest of the family who may lose sleep as a result.

If problems persist or interfere with a young person’s learning or behaviour then there may be an underlying physical or mental health problem. Contact your GP for help and advice.

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