Sleep wars: research and opinion.
Journal - Pediatric clinics of North America (United States )
This article discusses the controversies and often conflicting advice available to the general pediatric practitioner regarding sleep complaints in children and adolescents. Consideration is given to preferences, such as parent-child co-sleeping, cross-cultural issues in patient interviewing and treatment planning, and the public policy issue of adolescent sleepiness and later high school start times. The authors draw on evidence-based knowledge and clinical expertise to offer a framework for considering sleep-related chief complaints along with guidelines for routine practice.
|ISSN : ||0031-3955|
|Mesh Heading : ||Cultural Characteristics Family Characteristics Habits Humans Parent-Child Relations Sleep Sleep Disorders|
|Mesh Heading Relevant : ||Pediatrics physiology therapy|