Researchers are eager to better understand Non-24-Hour Sleep-Wake Disorder and circadian rhythm problems in children who are totally blind. They also intend to investigate a potential treatment for sleep problems in children who are totally blind. We are now gathering the names of individuals who might be interested in participating in such studies. If you would consider allowing your child to participate in a research study, please let us know.
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Could you have Non-24?
The key symptoms of Non-24 are the inability to sleep or stay asleep at night and a powerful urge to sleep during the day. If this sounds familiar, check the other symptoms.
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