RxSleep Problems for Kids & Teens
Children often have difficulty either falling asleep or staying asleep. Below is a list of resources that can be helpful for parents dealing with these problems.
NHS.uk - Common Sleep Problems in Children
This page provides some tips for how to get children to sleep through the night.
About Kids Health - Sleep
The Hospital for Sick Children has a child health information website. The Sleep section has articles about sleeping problems, night terrors, sleep tips for children and teens, obstructive sleep apnea, and more!
The Nemours Foundation has easy to read articles for kids, teens, and parents. The article ‘All About Sleep' covers basic information for babies, toddlers, children, and teens. At the bottom of the page you can read many more related articles about sleep.
- Sleep Foundation
The Cleveland Clinic has a variety of articles about sleep with topics ranging to infants to teens.
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This down-to-earth guide helps parents help their special needs child with various sleep problems.
Dr. Mindell's proven method for teaching babies or toddlers good sleep habits will benefit both parents and children.
Written for those with or with suspected sleep apnea and those around them, this book provides education about sleep apnea and how to live a happy and restful life.
No matter what stage your child is in their sleep is important. Packed with information and tips, this guide will answer your questions - even the ones you didn't know you had.
Information that every parent should know about their child's sleep is found in this book.
The No-Cry Sleep Solution for Toddlers and Preschoolers gives parents advice to ensure that their little one can get to bed and stay there tear free.
A book for parents to help manage their school-aged children's sleep problems
Thank you to our friends from the Pediatric Sleep Service at the Alberta Children's Hospital for their contributions.
This material is designed for information purposes only. It should not be used in place of medical advice, instruction and/or treatment. If you have specific questions, please contact your doctor or appropriate health care professional.
For more information contact the Child Health Information Specialist at 403-955-7745 or firstname.lastname@example.org