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Sleep and Reading Correlation in Children

2022-06-18T11:03:25-07:00

Are children who are “good sleepers” also better readers? Yes, according to a recent study published in the British Journal of Educational Psychology. Sleep is essential for everyone, but especially for developing brains. That’s why The Insomnia and Sleep Institute of Arizona treats patients as

Sleep and Reading Correlation in Children2022-06-18T11:03:25-07:00

Does Your Child Sleepwalk? The Latest Facts

2022-06-03T09:20:46-07:00

If your child sleepwalks, once you get past the strangeness of it, your top concern is probably their safety and quality of sleep. A recent study from the University of South Australia examines the link between sleepwalking in children and “daytime difficulties.” However, at The

Does Your Child Sleepwalk? The Latest Facts2022-06-03T09:20:46-07:00

Trial: Inspire Implant and Children with Down Syndrome

2022-06-03T08:55:33-07:00

Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) is one of the most common types of sleep disorders and the most common kind of sleep apnea. It is why many patients seek out The Insomnia and Sleep Institute of Arizona, the Face of Sleep Medicine in Arizona and home

Trial: Inspire Implant and Children with Down Syndrome2022-06-03T08:55:33-07:00

Later School Starts Benefit the WHOLE Family

2022-03-07T14:12:56-07:00

If you’re one of the lucky few parents whose children attend a school with later than usual start times, you may have noticed that it’s not only your kids who feel better—you probably do, too. There’s science behind this, and at The Insomnia and Sleep

Later School Starts Benefit the WHOLE Family2022-03-07T14:12:56-07:00

Obstructive Sleep Apnea Linked to Early Lower Respiratory Tract Infections in Children

2021-11-02T10:21:29-07:00

Numerous conditions have been linked to early lower respiratory tract infections (LRTI) in children via birth cohort studies, including obstructive sleep apnea (OSA). The Insomnia and Sleep Institute of Arizona treats patients as young as two years old because sleep disorders can occur at virtually

Obstructive Sleep Apnea Linked to Early Lower Respiratory Tract Infections in Children2021-11-02T10:21:29-07:00

Inconsistent Sleep Schedules for Kids Linked to Higher BMIs

2022-06-18T11:09:49-07:00

Having a good, solid, and consistent sleep schedule and bedtime routine (also known as proper sleep hygiene) is paramount for everyone—but especially children. That’s why The Insomnia and Sleep Institute of Arizona treats patients as young as two. We proudly serve the Phoenix region as

Inconsistent Sleep Schedules for Kids Linked to Higher BMIs2022-06-18T11:09:49-07:00

Children, Poor Sleep, Geography—and Academic Achievement

2021-10-01T10:49:57-07:00

There is a trend seen with children getting poor sleep who live in “disinvested neighborhoods” and a lower academic achievement. The Insomnia and Sleep Institute of Arizona treats pediatric patients as young as two years old because we understand the importance of quality sleep at

Children, Poor Sleep, Geography—and Academic Achievement2021-10-01T10:49:57-07:00

Study Examines Children with Down Syndrome & Home Sleep Apnea

2021-08-23T10:53:46-07:00

Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA), the most common type of sleep apnea, is relatively common in children but exponentially so for those with Down syndrome. In fact, between 40 – 50 percent of kids with Down syndrome have OSA while just 3 – 5 percent of

Study Examines Children with Down Syndrome & Home Sleep Apnea2021-08-23T10:53:46-07:00