Sleep is a common problem. Most people dealing with traumatic brain and spinal cord injuries, chronic medical conditions and injuries have difficulty with sleep. This site has a extensive list of all types of sleep problems.
Go to the bottom of the page and click on all the links you are interested in. They include the following: Links about Sleep, Sleep Struggles & Disorders, ADD, Spectrum & Sleep, Circadian Rhythms, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Restless Leg Syndrome (RLS), Apnea, Insomnia, Narcolepsy, Rarer Sleep Disorders, Other elements impacting sleep, Light, vision, and sleep … and more.
Please leave comments as you explore these links. What is helpful and what is not? How do these sleep disorders apply to your life and situation?
Off-Site ADD Comorbid SLEEP Links
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compiled by Madelyn Griffith-Haynie, CTP, CMC, ACT, MCC, SCAC
Last update:November 4, 2013 -3:41 pm Eastern
Articles to help keep you busy
between MY posts!
Below is my ongoing attempt (since February, 2011) to organize some links to “related content” to help navigate to articles RELATED to what a reader may be interested in reading – in this case, sleep and sleep disorders.
There’s this wonderful Zemanta application that suggests a few of these guys whenever I write a post for ADDandSoMuchMore.com. As time permits, I will continue to collect them and move them here, categorizing them by title when I have the odd moment to do so. (No guarantees about the quality of the content, however.)
I will eventually get around to reading them all, and will remove ones I don’t agree with or don’t find…
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Big Mike's World
January 21, 2013 at 10:13 pm
This is really good stuff. Just a few weeks ago I was diagnosed with ADD because of my lack of sleep. I got this great med that helps me get through all the cycles of sleep now and it wards off migraines!!!
So now I have a mix of depression and ADD….I wonder if that just makes me, normal?
brain injury self rehabilitation (BISR)
January 22, 2013 at 8:01 pm
I think we all have a mix of things! A little of this-and a little-of-that equals “normal”lol I highly recommend addandsomuchmore.com there is so much information on her site. I personally started Adderall and it also helps relieve headaches! It’s amazing how much better one can feel without headaches. Do you feel your medication is helping to lift depression as well? Really, what is “normal” anyway? And who defines “normal”? I guess we just need to know what our own “normal” is. Let me know if there are any sleep links that you think are especially helpful. Take care and stay safe. Edie