Researchers at the University of York have shed new light on sleep's vital role in helping us make the most of our memory.
This research demonstrates the importance of targeted sleep interventions for children with Autistic Spectrum Disorder who are displaying sleep issues.
Tired all the Time, published by Family Fund in 2013, reveals the impact of sleep difficulties on households, capturing first hand experiences of over 2,000 parent and carers raising disabled children across the UK in their own words.
This review examines these issues selectively, focusing on important clinical issues and predicaments, and attempts a start at an evidence‐based background for practical and rational prescribing in this area of common childhood psychopathology.
This study investigated sleep disturbances in 87 children with CHARGE syndrome, aged 6 to 18 years old.
This systematic review of available evidence from randomised clinical trials assesses whether melatonin plays a beneficial role in these children and, in particular, its effect on total sleep time, time to sleep onset (sleep latency), and number of awakenings. Please click here to read the research
The study sought to describe the profile of sleep disturbance reported in children with autistic spectrum disorders (ASDs) and to document any sleep disorders underlying reports of sleeplessness. Please click here to read the research.