Pediatric Prevention: Sleep Dysfunction

Patrick C Friman, Connie J Schnoes
Pediatric Clinics of North America 2020, 67 (3): 559-571
This article addresses the essential role of sleep in the medical, emotional, behavioral, and cognitive health of children. Sleep disorders common among children are defined along with the most common sleep concerns reported by caregivers. Prevention and intervention strategies are described.

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