ADHD: The role of diet and sleep

Obstructive sleep apnea may cause hyperactivity in children especially those with ADHD. Sleep and diet may have underlying causes embedded in family relationships, according to Dr. Claudia M Gold. Solving family interaction could be the right way of addressing the underlying cause of sleep and ADHD problems.

And last I recommend careful use of medication when a child’s symptoms interfere But, with the exception of obstructive sleep apnea, most sleep problems

Poor sleep quality could be the primary cause of ADHD. Snoring and breathing problems are an indication of obstruction in the upper breathing passageways. Chronic nasal congestion or a runny nose can suggest a problem with the upper breathing passageway too. Some remedies would be to take care of the allergies, deal with nasal congestions, stop eating 3-4 hours before going to sleep and setting up a specific bedtime.

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