Ever had one of those nights as a child where you couldn’t get to sleep? You felt like you were the only one in the world who was actually awake during the night. For some reason, you didn’t feel your normal self, and it’s only when you’re older do you realize what was happening. Some conditions that affect children affect us all, but because they’re younger and weaker, their symptoms can vary. Putting a child to bed at a reasonable time is the sensible thing to do such as a bedtime way before the adults have theirs. Usually, this is around an hour or so after dinner with the usual bedtime being around 8 pm for most parents. However, what do you do if your child can’t sleep and complains about their physical condition keeping them up? What are the common things you should look and ask for?