Pediatric Sleep Disorders is the sleeping disorder in children who have trouble going to sleep and are not well rested. Some of the common signs and symptoms of Pediatric Sleep Disorders include depressed mood, mood swings, irritability, hyperactivity, and many more. One of the common causes of Pediatric Sleep Disorders is the fact that children go to bed late.
HOW IS PEDIATRIC SLEEP DISORDERS DIAGNOSED?
A Pediatric/General Physician diagnoses Pediatric Sleep Disorders by performing a physical examination and examining the patient’s medical history.
HOW IS PEDIATRIC SLEEP DISORDERS TREATED?
The treatment of Pediatric Sleep Disorders includes medication and lifestyle changes.
DID YOU KNOW?
Children between the ages of 6 and 12 need about 10 to 11 hours of sleep each night.