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There hasn't been much research on the best dose of melatonin for children to take. For some children, high doses of melatonin don't help. Melatonin may be more helpful if your child has only a low dose. Source: Brzezinski A, Vangel MG, Wurtman RJ, et al. Effects of exogenous melatonin on sleep: a meta-analysis. Sleep Medicine Reviews. 2005; 9: 41-50. Source: Jan JE, Freeman RD.
I did find this one article which might help you. It reviews various types of meds used for ADHD -
While researching ADHD for my 3 yr old grandson, I came across this site, & it advertises Synaptol. It seems to have rave reviews. Hoping somebody might have tried it & waiting for some reviews, ya never know if the reviews on those sites sre real or not. Hope this helps??
The next year, armodafinil, a related drug, was approved with a contraindication for children with a contraindication following three months later for modafinil. Contemporaneously, Cephalon agreed to pay $425 million for off-label marketing of modafinil. That means that for 18 months, the FDA kept quiet about the issue of SJS in children, while Cephalon continued off-label marketing at full steam.
In my first sleep study, I came in for a night study and then stayed the next day for the daytime study (5 naps). The second study was only done during the day. The second study only consisted of 4 studies because they said it was clear I had narcolepsy and there was no use in doing the last nap. Now, I don't know how people with narcolepsy usually sleep at night, but once I am asleep I am pretty much 'dead.
It is BAD for your body to have oxygen saturation levels below 90% for an extended period of time, as it stresses your body and organs, including your heart. Under Medicare & most insurers in the US, you qualify for supplemental O2 if your oxygen saturation levels drop to 88% or lower during sleep, exertion or sitting. Your doctor should prescribe it & you should use it as prescribed.
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