Insomnia in children: Symptoms, treatments and how to manage

The first line of treatment should always include advice from a doctor or paediatrician.

The first line of treatment should always include advice from a doctor or paediatrician.

What you need to know:

  • Talk to your child’s doctor or mental health professional if you feel that insomnia is a problem for your child.
  • The consequences of insomnia in children can be severe such as poor school performance and low energy levels.

Children too are victims of inability to sleep. This is can be due to their growing brains and developing body systems. The consequences of insomnia in children can be severe: Poor school performance and low energy levels. Read on to know the symptoms, treatments, and how you can decrease your child’s risk of developing insomnia.

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