According to recent study ADHD could have serious impact on children’s sleeping habits.
Every child with ADHD may not have sleep problems. But in one study, about half the parents said their child with ADHD had difficulty sleeping.
Due to sleep problems parents reported that their child felt tired when they woke up, had nightmares, or had other sleep problems such as sleep apnea or restless legs syndrome.
Another study involving children with ADHD found the children had less refreshing sleep, difficulty getting up, and more daytime sleepiness.