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How many hours should a newborn sleep in a 24-hr period?
16 to 20 hours. 1-4 hr sleep periods with 1-2 hr awake periods.
How many hours should an infant 0 to 1 yr sleep?
14-15 hrs at 4 months. With sleep periods of 3-4 hrs for 1st 3 months. 6-8 hr periods at 4-6 months. Naps 2-4 hrs in two naps per day.
13-14 hrs at 6 months.
When do infants develop day/night differentiation?
Between 6 weeks and 3 months. And 70-80% of babies sleep through the night at 9 months.
How many hours of sleep to toddlers (1 to 3 yrs of age) need?
Naps 1 1/2 to 3 1/2 hours with 12 hours total.
How many hours of sleep does a preschooler need (3 to 6 yrs)?
11-12 hours and most children stop napping by 5 yrs.
How many hours of sleep does a child aged 6 to 12 yrs need?
10-11 hours.
How many hours of sleep does an adolescent need (age >12 yrs)?
9 hours.
What is the usual age of presentation for sleep onset association disorder?
First postnatal year.
What is the usual age of presentation for limit-setting disorder?
All ages.
What is the usual age of presentation for obstructive sleep apnea disorder and sleep-disordered breathing?
2-5 yrs.
What is the usual age of presentation of night terrors and other non-REM parasomnias?
4-12 yrs.
What is the usual age of presentation for periodic limb movement disorder and restless leg syndrome?
Unknown-adults diagnosed with the disorder report symptoms before age 20 yrs.
What is the usual age of presentation for inadequate sleep hygiene?
All ages.
What is the usual age of presentation for delayed sleep phase syndrome?
Adolescence.
What is the usual age of presentation for narcolepsy?
Late teens/young adulthood.