Posts Tagged
‘sleep’

February 25, 2022

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by: admin

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Tags: Autisms, conundrum, Cracking, sleep, Spectrum

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Categories: autism

About 15 years ago, Ashura Buckley made an observation that intrigued her. She was monitoring the overnight brain activity of children with autism or developmental delay using electroencephalography (EEG) and noticed that their brain wave patterns were strikingly different from those of their neurotypical peers. Specifically, in their recordings, the patterns that mark different stages […]

February 17, 2022

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Tags: ADHD, CBD, Idea, Insomnia, sleep, Treatment

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Categories: adhd

The following is a personal essay, and not a medical recommendation endorsed by ADDitude. For more information about CBD, speak with your physician. My ADHD often sparks racing thoughts and restlessness. Sometimes, my brain simply refuses to turn off. I fall down one rabbit hole, only to find that it leads to another, then another. […]

January 21, 2022

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Tags: effects, Features, genes, Pandemic, seizure, sleep, Spectrum, Spotted, web

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Categories: autism

research summary Cells expressing the oxytocin receptor gene variant A218T, which is implicated in autism, are altered in their receptor activity and regulation of other genes, including 429 autism-related genes. Molecular Psychiatry Autistic children and adolescents have unusual electroencephalographic features during sleep that may affect memory consolidation. sleep A parent-led intervention for young children with […]

December 31, 2021

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Tags: Autism, data, Errors, pulled, sleep, Spectrum, Study

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Categories: autism

Data breach: Upon release, researchers discovered flaws that undermined their conclusions about autism, sleep, and vitamin A. Emilija Manevska / Getty Images A study linking low vitamin A levels to sleep disorders in autistic children was withdrawn this month after the authors discovered “fundamental errors” in their data. The study, published July 3 in BMC […]

December 28, 2021

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Tags: ADHD, Child, disorders, doctor, sleep

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Categories: adhd

Sleep disorders are very common in children with rates between 25-40%. Unfortunately, the vast majority go undetected and untreated, although there are good treatment options for most pediatric sleep disorders. ADHD symptoms and symptoms of sleep disorders in children can also overlap, reinforce each other, or lead to misdiagnosis. Children suffer from many of the […]

October 15, 2021

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Tags: Autism, brain, Disruption, hydrocephalus, maps, sleep, Spectrum, Spotted, web

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Categories: autism

Research summary Autistic people experience more stress in the course of their adult lives than non-autistic people, and people in poor physical or mental health are most affected. Health psychology People with autism are, on average, just as adept at a study task as people without prediction; The predictive ability correlates with the ratio of […]

August 9, 2021

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Tags: Autism, entwined, Genetic, issues, roots, sleep, Spectrum

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Categories: autism

Double diagnosis: when one twin has autism or autism characteristics, the other twin often has insomnia, a new study shows. Getty Images The genetic factors influencing autism may overlap with those underlying insomnia, according to a new study of autistic people and their relatives. In contrast, the two conditions show a minimal overlap of environmental […]

July 23, 2021

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Tags: Autism, barrier, brain, leaky, Problems, sleep, Spectrum, stem

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Categories: autism

Sleep cells: The genes CHD7 and CHD8 associated with autism are strongly expressed in glia (pink and blue, left column) (yellow, middle and right column) According to a new study on fruit flies, the sleep disorders that some autistic people have may be due in part to leaks in the barrier that protects the brain […]

July 5, 2021

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Tags: Autistic, behavioral, childrens, issues, linked, Problems, regulation, sleep, Spectrum

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Categories: autism

Lost Sleep Costs: Autistic children are prone to persistent sleep problems that can affect their executive function. Sally Anscombe / Getty Images Sleep problems in young children with autism are linked to behavioral regulation difficulties in later childhood, according to a new longitudinal study. The result shows the importance of helping families with sleep problems […]

June 19, 2021

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Tags: burnout, Community, Kismet, Newsletter, Participatory, research, sleep, Spectrum

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Categories: autism

Illustration by Laurène Boglio Hello and welcome to this week’s community newsletter! I am your host, Chelsey B. Coombs, the engagement editor of Spectrum. We’re starting this week with a study on Autism, looking at researchers’ views and experiences of including people with autism in study decisions. Laura Crane, Assistant Director of the Center for […]