New Sleep Disorder In Children Named By Science

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Published on September 24, 2020 - Duration: 00:33s

New Sleep Disorder In Children Named By Science

In what's being hailed as a great leap forward for pediatric sleep science, doctors have identified a new sleep disorder in children aged six to eighteen.

According to HuffPost, Restless Sleep Disorder, or RSD, is a condition in which children toss and turn while asleep, and often fall out of bed.

HuffPost reports RSD sufferers often have a difficult time focusing, and face emotional and behavioral challenges as a result.

Work into the mechanisms underlying RSD is ongoing.


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