Should we be targeting the sleep-wake patterns of children with epilepsy?

Author(s): Sejal V Jain, Sanjeev V Kothare

Epilepsy affects 1% of the general population . The interaction between sleep and epilepsy has been well known since the times of Aristotle. Fragmented sleep causes daytime fatigue and poor seizure control, while uncontrolled seizures and epilepsy can worsen sleep quality.


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