Study: Children with autism get fewer hours of sleep per night

09/30/2013 |

Children with autism spectrum disorder were sleeping about 17 to 43 minutes less each night between 2.5 years and 11 years of age compared with peers without the condition, a study showed. Researchers also noted that these children had a greater likelihood of waking up at least three times every night. The findings appear in the journal Archives of Disease in Childhood.

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