It may not be obvious to everyone, though surely to most, once you’ve had a “2” in each of your hands and you know how to add, you know, basics, and we have “4”:
Cannabis “4” Autism & Sleep Problems.
I also suggest ashtanga yoga for sleep. You may not need the cannabis if you do the yoga. Always try yoga before using any pharmaceutical drug for autism or sleep problems. It may be all you’ll need. It’s certainly about 50% of what I need. You?
Beth A. Malow, MD, MS
Professor of Neurology and Pediatrics, Burry Chair in Cognitive Childhood Development, Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN
Vanderbilt Kennedy Center for Human Development, Nashville TN
Sleep is an essential component of a healthy life, like food and oxygen. When we don’t sleep well, we feel irritable and have difficulty concentrating. With this in mind, imagine how a child on the autism spectrum feels and behaves without sleep (and how their sleep-deprived caregivers feel)!
Given how common sleep problems are, and how profoundly they affect children and their families, it is timely to consider what we already know and what the future holds in our understanding of sleep in autism spectrum disorders (ASD).
What we’ve learned so far: Sleep problems are common in children with ASD, have many causes, and affect child and family functioning.
Sleep problems are common in children with autism spectrum disorders…
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