Peer-reviewed evidence of a correlation between sleep disorders and ADHD.

Is there a peer-reviewed correlation between sleep disorders and ADHD? Harold Robert Meyer 10/02/2023       addrc.org  haroldmeyer@addrc.org There is peer-reviewed evidence of a correlation between sleep disorders and ADHD. A meta-analysis published in┬áSleep Medicine looked at 24 different studies on sleep problems in children with ADHD. It found sleep issues are significantly more common in … Read more

Mind and Body Approaches for Stress and Anxiety: What the Science Says

Relaxation techniques may be helpful in managing a variety of stress-related health conditions, including anxiety associated with ongoing health problems and in those who are having medical procedures. Evidence suggests that relaxation techniques may also provide some benefit on symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), and may help reduce occupational stress in health care workers. For some of these conditions, relaxation techniques are used as an adjunct to other forms of treatment.

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