Up to 70% of children with ADHD suffer from problems with their sleep. Almost half the parents of a child with ADHD say that their child has moderate to serious sleep problems. They can find it hard to get to sleep at night and hard to stay asleep through the night as well. Behavioural sleep problems in children with ADHD are very much like those any other child might suffer from. This then creates other problems, such as their quality of life, ability to function well during the day, or inability to go to school as much as they need to. In turn, this then impacts on the child’s carer with parents having to miss work or suffer from stress because of their child’s sleep issues.