Child behavior: relation to snoring

According to a study, Children who snore, or who have extra night-time breathing circumstances, are at risk from behavioral troubles. In adults, the result can be severe day-time weariness, and some studies have implied that behavioral troubles such as attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder might be connected to the situation in children.

One guesstimate suggests one in 10 children frequently snores and 2% to 4% undergo from sleep apnoea, which means the gulp of air is thwarted and interrupted during sleep. According to Marianne Davey, from the British Snoring and Sleep Apnoea Society, sleep problems in the young were an under-recognized reason for poor behavior.

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