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Sleep Disorders in Infants and Children 

Sleep Disorders in Infants and Children
Sleep Disorders in Infants and Children

Mara Cvejic

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date: 02 August 2021

The prevalence of sleep disorders in children is high; some surveys suggest that roughly 12% of children will report nightly sleep problems and 76% occasional sleep issues. Certain populations are at a much higher risk, such as children with Down syndrome, neuromuscular disease, craniofacial abnormalities, intracranial tumors, epilepsy, and developmental delay.

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