Recent Pediatric Sleep News, January 2020
Pediatric Sleep Wire is an occasional supplemental news report
capturing pediatric sleep news of relevant interest to sleep technologists and sleep health educators not featured in
our regular news series, This Week in Sleep Medicine.
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- Sleep : High separation anxiety trajectory in early childhood is a risk factor for sleep bruxism at age 7 [JAN 2, 2020]
- Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences via Science Direct : Sleep and academic performance: measuring the impact of sleep [DEC 12, 2019]
- Sleep : How stress affects sleep and mental health: Nocturnal heartrate increases during prolonged stress and interacts with childhood trauma exposure to predict anxiety [DEC 21, 2019]
- Sleep : Sleep difficulties in children with Tourette syndrome and chronic tic disorders: A systematic review of characteristics and associated factors [DEC 20, 2019]
- Sleep : Reduced sleep pressure in young children with autism [DEC 18, 2019]
- Pediatric Neurology via Science Direct : Sleep parameters and overnight urinary melatonin production in children with persistent post-concussion symptoms [DEC 17, 2019]
- Sleep Medicine : Sleep patterns and sleep deprivation recorded by actigraphy in 4th-grade and 5th-grade students [DEC 13, 2019]
- Research in Developmental Disabilities via Science Direct : Sleep disorders in children with Angelman and Smith-Magenis syndromes: The assessment of potential causes of disrupted settling and night time waking [DEC 12, 2019]
- Sleep Medicine : Are there gender differences in the severity and consequences of sleep disordered in children? [DEC 9, 2019]
- Jornal de Pediatria via Science Direct : Sleep and restless legs syndrome in female adolescents with idiopathic musculoskeletal pain || Sono e síndrome das pernas inquietas em adolescentes do sexo feminino com dor musculoesquelética idiopática [NOV 20, 2019]