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Snoring and obstructive sleep apnea

Transcription Matt Dwyer: Hey, I’m Matt Dwyer and  welcome to Sleep where  professor Harrie Hiscock and associate professor Emma Sciberras from the Murdoch Children’s Research Institute help you identify sleeping problems in your children from infancy through to secondary school and give you easy to understand steps to improve their sleep cycles and overall health. So we’ve touched on things like sleeping apnea and snoring and restless legs, but I’d like to get into that …

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Managing behavioural sleep problems and using melatonin

Transcription Matt Dwyer: Hi, I’m Matt Dwyer and welcome to sleep where professor Harriet Hiscock and associate professor Emma Sciberras from  the Murdoch Children’s Research Institute help you identify sleeping problems in your children from infancy through to secondary school and give you easy to understand steps to improve their sleep cycles and overall health. Sometimes we just can’t get to sleep. One of the few things that can help us is melatonin, but what …

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Sleeping with autism and ADHD

Transcription Matt Dwyer: Hey, I’m Matt Dwyer and  welcome to Sleep where professor Harriet Hiscock and associate professor Emma Sciberras from the Murdoch Children’s Research Institute help you identify sleeping problems in your children from infancy through to secondary school and give you easy to understand steps to improve their sleep cycles and overall health over the series. We’ve gone from talking about sleep in infancy all the way through to adolescence and how we …

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Highschool stress and sleep in Teenagers

Transcription Matt Dwyer: Hi, I’m Matt Dwyer and welcome to Sleep where professor Harriet Hiscock and associate  professor Emma Sciberras from  the Murdoch Children’s Research Institute tohelp you identify sleeping problems in your children from infancy through to secondary school and give you easy to understand steps to improve their sleep cycles and overall health. So our children are getting older and we’re going to look at their movement into adolescence. We’ve got things like …

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Do primary school children need more sleep

Transcription Hi, I’m Matt Dwyer and welcome to Sleep where professor Harriet Hiscock and associate professor Emma Sciberras from  the Murdoch Children’s Research Institute help you identify sleeping problems in your children from infancy through to secondary school and give you easy to understand steps to improve their sleep cycles and overall health. So we’re moving from our children being toddlers to now starting primary school, they have a lot more starting to happen in …

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Getting Toddlers to sleep

Transcription Matt Dwyer: Hi, I’m Matt Dwyer and welcome to Sleep where professor Harriet Hiscock and associate professor Emma Sciberras from the Murdoch Children’s Research Institute help you identify sleeping problems in your children from infancy through to secondary school and give you easy to understand steps to improve their sleep cycles and overall health. So Harriet, at what age do we class an infant becoming a toddler and are their sleep patterns different?  Professor …

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Managing sleep practices in babies

Transcription Matt Dwyer: Hi, I’m Matt Dwyer and welcome to Sleep where professor Harriet Hiscock and associate professor Emma Sciberras from the Murdoch Children’s Research Institute help you identify sleeping problems in your children from infancy through to secondary school and give you easy to understand steps to improve their sleep cycles and overall health. So what do you generally do when a patient comes to you tired, frustrated, wanting to fix the child’s sleep …

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Why your baby isn’t sleeping

Transcription Matt Dwyer: Hey, I’m Matt Dwyer and welcome to Sleep where Professor Harriet Hiscock and Associate Professor Emma Sciberras from the Murdoch Children’s Research Institute help you identify sleeping problems in your children from infancy through to secondary school and give you easy-to-understand steps to improve their sleep cycles and overall health. Harriet, you’ve helped so many families rest easier at night because it’s kind of like a flow on effect: if your kids …

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Sleeptalking strategy

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