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adhd and sleep

What’s the Relationship Between Daytime Sleepiness and Cognitive Functioning in Adults with ADHD?

Sleep disorders are one of the most commonly self-reported comorbidities of adults with ADHD, affecting 50 to 70 percent of them. A team of British researchers set out to see whether this association could be further confirmed with objective sleep measures, using cognitive function tests and electroencephalography (EEG). Measured as theta/beta ratio, EEG slowing is …

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ADHD and Insomnia

ADHD by itself is associated with insomnia and sleep problems, which can have adverse effects on cognition and behavior. Stimulant ADHD medications can effect sleep as well, and a baseline of sleep should be taken before medications are started.