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Could It

Do you think you might have ADHD? Does your child, sibling, or parent have it? Maybe some of the information here has you wondering, “Could it be…?” Maybe it’s time to find out.

Trouble Sleeping with ADHD?

You’re not alone

At least
1 in 2 people
with ADHD

reports significant sleep problems.

Common issues for both adults and children with ADHD can include trouble falling and staying asleep, sleeping restlessly, and waking up too early or often throughout the night, potentially leading to a shorter night’s sleep.

This may be, in part, because some medicines used to treat symptoms of ADHD can cause insomnia. When managing ADHD, it’s important to find a balance between the benefits of treating symptoms and any unwanted side effects, including sleep disturbances.