Patient Comments: Sleep Disorder In Children And Teens - Symptoms

Question:Does your child have a sleep disorder? What symptoms does he/she suffer?

Comment from: teddy, 7-12 Male (Caregiver) Published: September 30

My 10 year old grandson wakes up with violent headache, dizziness, vomiting, and tachycardia once every three months. It has happened 4 times now. The first time it happened though he was playing video games not reclining.

Comment from: Julie, 7-12 Male (Caregiver) Published: April 05

My son is 9 years old. He has ADHD. He is taking Vyvanse 30 mg. Three weeks ago he also began taking Intuniv 2 mg. Three days ago he got up making noises and crying. He walks in circles in his room, and then goes to the bed and jumps on it and then he walks in circles again – the whole while being asleep.

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Sleep Disorders in Children and Teens - Treatments Question: What treatment has been effective for your child's sleep disorder?
Sleep Disorders in Children and Teens - Tips Question: Please provide tips for helping your child get to sleep. Include your child's age.
Sleep Disorders in Children and Teens - Behavior Question: Have you noticed behavioral changes in your child due to a lack of sleep? Please describe your experience.
Sleep Disorders in Children and Teens - Sleepwalking Question: Has your child ever experienced sleepwalking? Please share your story.
Sleep Disorders in Children and Teens - Night Terrors Question: Has your child ever had night terrors? What was it like and how did you handle the situation?
Sleep Disorders in Children and Teenagers - Experience Question: Please share your experience with sleep disorders in children or teens.

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