Sleep Well on the Autism Spectrum - Book
Sleep is essential, but going to sleep, staying asleep or getting regular amounts of needed sleep can be challenging for many, particularly those with autism and their families.
Problems and common underlying conditions are described alongside symptom identification. Occurrences that disturb or affect sleep quality are addressed including night-walking, nocturnal seizures, restless leg syndrome, night terrors, teeth grinding, sleep walking, bed wetting, night time eating as well as sleep-related difficulties such as excessive sleep, daytime sleepiness, etc.
Models, case studies and available treatment options are presented (complementary and mainstream) showing, what these involve and potential outcomes.