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A good night's sleep is essential for healthy brain development, learning, memory, scholastic achievement, sports performance and overall mental and physical health in growing children. Alternatively, inadequate sleep may have an adverse effect on many existing illnesses like asthma, high blood pressure, seizures and ADHD, which you or your child may already suffer from.

If you've been noticing symptoms of a sleep disorder, answer the following questions in Prana's Sleep Disorder Questionnaire, and find out for sure. You can then contact us for any concerns that may be bothering you.

Brief infant screening questionnaire

1. Is your child's nocturnal sleep duration less than 9 hours?

2. Does your child wake up more than three times a night (between 7 pm and 7 am)?

3. Is your child awake for more than one hour at night (between 10 am and 6 am)?

 

Toddler/preschool (2-5 years)

1. Does your child have any problems going to bed? Falling asleep?

2. Does your child seem overtired or sleepy a lot during the day? Does she still take naps?

3. Does your child wake up a lot at night?

4. Does your child have a regular bedtime and wake time? What are they?

5. Does your child snore a lot or have difficulty breathing at night?

 

School-aged (6-12 years)

(P) Parent directed question

(C) Child directed question

1. Does your child have any problems at bedtime? (P) Do you have any problems going to bed? (C)

2. Does your child have difficulty waking in the morning, seems sleepy during the day or takes naps? (P) Do you feel tired a lot? (C)

3. Does your child seem to wake up a lot at night? Any sleepwalking or nightmares? (P) Do you wake up a lot at night? Have trouble going back to sleep? (C)

4. What time does your child go to bed and get up on school days? Weekends? Do you think he/she is getting enough sleep? (P)

5. Does your child suffer from loud , nightly snoring or any breathing difficulties at night? (P)

 

13 - 18 yrs

(P) Parent directed question

(C) Child directed question

1. Do you have any problems falling asleep at bedtime? (C)

2. Do you feel sleepy a lot during the day? In school? While driving? (C)

3. Do you wake up a lot at night? Have trouble going back to sleep? (C)

4. What time do you usually go to bed on school nights? Weekends? How much sleep do you usually get? (C)

5. Does your teenager snore loudly or nightly? (P)