Is one of the common
types of sleep disorders
troubling your toddler or baby? Recognize and treat night
narcolepsy and apnea
There are two types of disorders
you may see in your baby or
toddler: behavioral problems
(simply learning to settle well and keep asleep) and primary
disorders (issues that require specific attention).
We usually don't think of these as true disorders, because
they are a normal phase in child / baby development. But, they
can disrupt your family
quite badly and, without good guidance, a child may grow into a
lifetime of poor sleeping,
leading to poor health.
There are only a number of sleep disorders
walking (somnambulism) and talking (somniloquy) are the so-called parasomnia. They are
almost always due to immature development and most children grow out of
them without treatment.
in children and babiesand narcolepsy
are less common but
serious issues and usually require