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Sleep problems in children

Some young children suffer from sleeping problems, such as sleepwalking, insomnia, night terrors and sleep rocking.

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Insomnia in children and teenagers | Raising Children Network

Insomnia is when children have trouble getting to sleep or staying asleep. If insomnia doesn’t go away and is affecting your child’s wellbeing, see your GP.

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Mood and sleep - Better Health Channel

betterhealth.vic.gov.au

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Persistent sleep problems: kids & teens | Raising Children Network

Persistent sleep problems affect children’s sleep over a long period. Examples are insomnia, sleep apnoea, restless legs, delayed sleep phase and narcolepsy. Read more. Article available in: Arabic, Dari, Karen, Persian, Simplified Chinese, Vietnamese.

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COVID19 Resources

Sleep is important to boost immunity and improve mental health during the Coronavirus Pandemic.

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Symptoms of perinatal depression - COPE

COPE's purpose is to prevent and improve the quality of life of those living with emotional and mental health problems that occur prior to and within the perinatal period.

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Epilepsy and Sleep

The Sleep health Foundation Australia

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Recognising the subtle signs of anxiety | THIS WAY UP

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Sleep Problems and Sleep Disorders in School Aged Children

Sleep problems in school age children There are a number of common sleep problems and sleep disorders that are known to affect children.  These include: You find it hard to get your child to settle into sleep at a reasonable time in the evening or your child wakes you more than once at night. Your child mig

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5 weeks pregnant: Changes for mum

Week 5 of pregnancy is probably when you’ll know that you’re pregnant because your period is missing. There are also subtle changes in your body which are symptoms of pregnancy such as changes to your breasts, and pregnancy symptoms like morning sickness and pregnancy heartburn. These changes are caused by pregnancy hormones, like hCG (human chorionic gonadotropin, produced by the placenta) which is the hormone detected by a pregnancy test.

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