Meet the Pediatric Sleep Medicine Team

Norton Children’s provides care for a variety of sleep disorders in infants, children and teens. Norton Children’s Pediatric Sleep Center provides sleep studies for children of all ages and is the only designated pediatric sleep practice in Kentucky. Our fellowship-trained sleep medicine specialist and team has the training and experience to provide care that’s “Just for Kids.”

Pediatric sleep medicine team

Egambaram Senthilvel, M.D.

 

 

Sleep medicine

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(502) 629-KIDS

Sleep apnea in children can cause ADHD-like symptoms. What are they?

Every child can have a day where he or she is grumpy and can’t pay attention after not getting enough sleep. The child might be forgetful and have poor impulse control, too. These can be […]

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Sleep deprivation with a newborn? Restoring sleep habits may take year

Most parents realize they’re in for some sleep deprivation when having a newborn at home, but now researchers have determined it takes much longer for sleeping habits to return to normal. A recent studyfound sleep […]

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When should baby really sleep in their own room?

How long should your baby sleep in your room? If you ask five parents, you’re likely to get five different answers. After conducting a new study, researchers at Pennsylvania State University suggest moving infants from […]

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Electronics at bedtime bad for sleep

A new study published in JAMA Pediatrics has shown that kids using electronic devices such as smart phones and tablets at bedtime are more than twice as likely to not get the sleep they need. […]

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Does your family have good sleep hygiene?

My rule has always been simple: When my eyes start closing and I start yawning, it’s time for bed. The problem with this approach is that it’s unreliable. Sometimes I feel sleepy early in the […]

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Read Full Story

Sleep deprivation with a newborn? Restoring sleep habits may take year

Most parents realize they’re in for some sleep deprivation when having a newborn at home, but now researchers have determined it takes much longer for sleeping habits to return to normal. A recent studyfound sleep […]

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When should baby really sleep in their own room?

How long should your baby sleep in your room? If you ask five parents, you’re likely to get five different answers. After conducting a new study, researchers at Pennsylvania State University suggest moving infants from […]

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Does your family have good sleep hygiene?

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