ADHD Sleep

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edited March 2015 in Coping

ADHD article: ADHD SleepADHD Sleep

In order to improve your mental and physical health, you’ll need to figure out which aspects of your sleep are most affected, and how to change your routine.

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  • lauralaura Member
    I can fall asleep anywhere, anytime. I can sleep forever sometimes. Other times I can't sleep at all. I sleep when I'm overwhlemed, which is usually 80% of the time, if not more. I sleep to forget things, to avoid things, in overall, just to avoid my brain. Most of the time I feel like I'm someone else stuck in this body. I know what's going on but I can't avoid myself. I love sleep, but I hate it.....
  • My 12 yr old daughter has ADHD combined with high functioning autism (formerly asberger) has suffered with insomnia sinice she was a baby. I have tried everything from home remedies, acupuncture, routines, meditation, meds ect with no results. Any ideas?
  • AlyssaWinegardenAlyssaWinegarden New Life Outlook
    @julenehuffman Thanks for reaching out! We'll be posting an article about ADHD and insomnia in the coming weeks. In the mean time, this article might outline some different things to try to help her sleep: http://www.additudemag.com/adhd/article/5402.html

    Regards,
    Alyssa
  • ADHD sleep disorder is a very common thing for both children and adults with ADHD. I have struggled with it my entire life but have also found some decent information that helps improve sleep patterns with ADHD. http://focushereandnow.com/adhd-sleep-disorder

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