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How should I talk to my child's school about their sleep disorder?

If your child has a sleep disorder, you should inform their school. If your child is not getting adequate sleep, they may feel very tired during school hours. They may also feel irritable, anxious, and have trouble concentrating or focusing on schoolwork. They could get a headache or even fall asleep during class.

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