Research by Stanley Fischman, MD, FAPA1 , Damien P. Kuffler, PhD, Habil2 , and Cynthia Bloch, BSPT, MSIS3
“Sleep disorders are an underlying cause of attention deficit disorder and hyperactivity (ADHD).
“Our data suggest that . . . 25% of all children with ADHD . . . could have their ADHD eliminated if their habitual snoring and any associated [sleep-related breathing disorders] were effectively treated.
This article describes the sleep disorders commonly affecting children and adolescents with ADHD and other sleep related conditions.