What are some common pediatric sleep problems?

Disorders in children are extremely common- even infants may have sleep disorders. Many studies have shown that problems can correlate with social problems, weight problems, developmental problems, behavioral problems, even academic problems. Not only do pediatric sleep disorders affect the child, but they can also greatly impact to you. Are some symptoms to look out for:

 

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