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Posted by Lynne
on August 05, 2000 at 01:48:54:
In Reply to: Sleep/Wake disorders posted by Maggie on October 14, 1999 at 23:08:00:
: Is sleeping through clock wake-up alarms a "sleeping disorder?" My 15 y/o son is VERY difficult to wake up and sleeps for hours through the loudest alarm clocks we have found. any ideas??
My 17 year old son has had the same problem since the day he was born. I had a very diffucult time waking him up to nurse when he was a new born. My pediatrician almost hospitalize him because he lost almost a full pound when he was less than a month old. I have always had to help him get up in the morning because he can't wake up by himself. I am taking him to a specialist next week to try to get some answers and hopefully some help. He is a bright and wonderful kid but everyone including his father thinks that he is just lazy. I was beginning to think so too until I lalked to a co-worker who has a sleep disorder. He is the one who suggested that I get my son evaluated by a specialist. I would be glad to let you know what I find out.
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