My Daughters Sleep Problem

My Daughters Sleep Problem

by Anna

Question

My daughter 11year old and cannot sleep until 3to4 oclock in the morning and even she lays down to start sleep she starts vomiting she can not go to school from 5month please help me.

Answer

You will need to see a sleep doctor. Personally i do not think the problem here is a sleep problem. From what you have said there seems to be a deeper health issue.
My advice is that you take to a sleep expert as soon as possible who can then refer you to another specialist.

Please take care of that girl.

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