Montreal, Canada, December 13, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- ADHD Sleeping Problems are much more common than people realize. For example, did you know that more than 50% of adults with ADHD have on-going sleep problems, and 27% have chronic insomnia? Yet despite this being such a huge problem, there aren't many websites dedicated to this subject.
Having adult ADHD insomnia is doubly annoying because lack of sleep mimics ADHD symptoms such as difficulty concentrating, poor memory, distraction and disorganization.
“It's such a shame that so many adults with ADHD suffer like this because there are ways to get a good night’s sleep and feel refreshed when you wake up, even if your sleeping problems date back to childhood," says Jacqueline Sinfield, the ADHD coach for adults.
"If you want to change your sleep patterns from say 4am to noon to one that fits in with the rest of the world, there are strategies to quieting your mind so you can fall asleep, stop waking up in the night, or even how to get up when your alarm rings. There are answers to all these common problems," says Sinfield.
With the launch of the new website, articles with information, resources and easy to implement tips are being added all the time to help reduce the stress, discomfort and sadness that sleeping problems in ADHD adults can cause.
ADHD Sleeping Problems (http://www.adhdsleepingproblems.com) is currently adding more information to their website in celebration of its launch. Topics covered include clocks, caffeine, medication, falling asleep, waking up, Teeth Grinding, two types of Sleep Apnea, Restless Leg Syndrome and others.
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