What Are the Symptoms of Insomnia In Children?

Insomnia in children can begin at any time, from infancy through adolescence, and in some cases can develop into a long-term problem. Symptoms can include:

  • bedtime refusal and struggles going to bed
  • frequent “curtain calls” after lights out (such as requests for drinks, hugs or stories)
  • difficulty falling asleep once in bed
  • frequent or prolonged night wakings with difficulty returning to sleep independently
  • waking earlier than desired
  • resistance to an appropriate sleep schedule
  • difficulty napping
  • trouble waking in the morning or getting up for school

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