571_584

Psychiatr. Pol. 2016; 50(3): 571–584

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.12740/PP/41294

Magda Kaczor, Michał Skalski

FREE POLISH FULLTEXT:
Leczenie behawioralnych zaburzeń snu u dzieci i młodzieży – przegląd literatury

FREE ENGLISH FULLTEXT:
Treatment of behavioral sleep problems in children and adolescents – literature review

Summary
Aim. To collect data on treatment of behavioural sleep disorders in children and adolescents.
Materials and methods. A literature review based on the PUBMED database.
Results. Based on the analysed materials three basic complementary procedures were identified – implementation of sleep hygiene, behavioural interventions and pharmacological treatment. The rules of sleep hygiene proven to be effective include: regular sleep schedule, adequately prepared place to sleep (a dark, quiet bedroom without multimedia), bedtime routine, avoiding caffeinated beverages. The following issues require further studies to confirm their effectiveness: falling asleep independently without parent’s assistance, bedtime reading, physical activity, reducing daytime multimedia use, tryptophan rich breakfasts. Behavioural interventions and pharmacological treatment may in some cases be temporarily implemented to complement the sleep hygiene.
Conclusions. The implementation of sleep hygiene is a primary, fully acceptable to the child and parents, way to improve the baby sleep. In case of ineffectiveness of the proposed rules, those can be complemented with behavioural methods that are highly effective but some parents do not accept them or make mistakes in their introduction. Pharmacotherapy can be used as a temporary support for families with severe behavioural problems as an aid in the implementation of sleep hygiene and behavioural methods.


ISSN 0033-2674 (PRINT)

ISSN 2391-5854 (ONLINE)


Inne strony PTP:
Other PTP websites:

www.psychiatria.org.pl
www.psychiatriapsychoterapia.pl

www.archivespp.pl
www.psychoterapiaptp.pl

Psychiatria Polska
INDEXED IN:
Thomson Reuters Master List
Science Citation Index Expanded
Journal Citation Reports
(Impact Factor 1,010)

Medline/Index Medicus
MNiSW (15 pkt)
Scopus/SCImago
EMBASE/Excerpta Medica
PsycINFO, EBSCO, DOAJ
Index Copernicus (18.59)
Erih Plus, Cochrane Library
CrossRef/DOI

Psychiatria Polska
is an open access journal


We recommend:
Pharmacological Reports



+48  518-330-994
kontakt z Biurem KRW PTP