ADHD UK – Research participants needed

Research participants needed

Sleep in Adults with ADHD: Exploring Strategies for Navigating Difficulty Sleeping.

Up to 80% of adults with ADHD report some kind of difficulty sleeping (e.g., restless legs, delayed sleep onset, daytime sleepiness). Despite how common it is, there’s a lack of guidance on how to manage sleep which is specific to adults with ADHD. We want to hear from adults with ADHD about their experiences with sleep problems and sleep management techniques. Our aim is to report on these experiences and use them to inform the development of sleep management approaches which are driven by lived experiences of ADHD.

We’re looking for participants who’d be willing to share their experience in an online survey and optional follow-up online discussion with the researchers. To find out more and sign up, people can visit our study web page here: or email us at

This study has sought and received ethical approval from the Faculty Research Ethics Committee at the University of Bristol with ref. #: 17961

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