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Neuropraxis

, Volume 5, Issue 1, pp 1–6 | Cite as

Slaap en slaapstoornissen bij kinderen

  • E. Altena
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Abstract

Hoewel wij gemiddeld een derde van ons leven slapend doorbrengen en er al ongeveer veertig jaar onderzoek naar slaap wordt gedaan, hebben we nog steeds niet de functie van slaap kunnen doorgronden (De Koninck 1997 ). Toch kan een gebrek aan slaap ons leven overdag aanzienlijk verstoren. Concentratiestoornissen, prikkelbaarheid en gemoedsverstoringen kunnen voorkomen bij een nacht slaap gebrek. Chronisch slaapgebrek of slaapstoornissen kunnen ernstigere gevolgen hebben.

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