Study shows infant irregular sleep linked to mental disorders

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ST. LOUIS – A recent study out of Great Britain suggests that some sleep problems among babies and very young children can be linked to mental disorders in adolescence.

Dr. Joseph Ojile founder, CEO, and medical director of the Clayton Sleep Institute joined Fox 2 to discuss how irregular sleep routines were associated with psychotic experiences as adolescents.

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