29.12.2015
While snorers often do not seem to suffer from snoring themselves (excluding Sleep Apnea Disorder), their spouse and children are often repeatedly disturbed during their sleep cycles. Snoring on the part of your child should not just be a source of enchantment and amusement, however. More than most parents realize, that sweet snoring may be impeding children’s ability to sleep, which can have serious behavioral consequences.
For the study, researchers at the University of Maryland and the Albert Einstein College of Medicine in New York asked parents about their children’s snoring, mouth breathing, observed apnea, and their behavior.


By age 4, children with sleep-disordered breathing were 20 percent to 60 percent more likely to have behavioral difficulties such as hyperactivity, aggressiveness, emotional symptoms, and difficulty with peer relationships.
The study findings suggest that snoring and snorting during sleep may require attention as early as the first year of life. Unfortunately, left untreated, snoring can produce tensions and even animosity among family members.
An estimated one in 10 children snore regularly; while between 2 and 4 percent have sleep apnea, defined as abnormally long pauses in breathing during sleep.


They started tracking 11,000 6-month-old children, and continued periodically until they reached age 7. Today, however, thanks to extensive research and documented effectiveness, an affordable, custom made SILENT NIGHT snoring prevention device can be prescribed.




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