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Is sleeping late as late as 0200-0300am with learning disabilities a condition or could be correcte

dnyaningwe
dnyaningwe Member Posts: 2 Listener
edited October 2021 in Autism and neurodiversity
People who in their lives never went to bed earlier than 2200 hours and where a person centred care is to be practiced.

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  • Neil2017
    Neil2017 Member Posts: 155 Courageous
    Hi @dnyaningwe
    Hello and welcome.

    I am not sure what you are saying.

    if you think you have sleeping you could go and see your doctor.

    There are many reasons that someone could not be sleeping right including simpler things like drinking a lot of drinks with caffeine in like tea or coffee. Drinking to much alcoholic drinks. Or even what medicines you are taking. Other health conditions like chronic pain could also cause you to keep waking up.

    Even noises from neighbours or to much light in through a window from street light may keep you awake. The amount of sleep that you need can vary from person to person and how old you are.

    So if in doubt see your doctor.

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