Snoring Kids May Have Behavioral, Mental Problems

Children who suffer from habitual snorers may show behavioral and mental problems, according to a recent report. This finding holds true even when kids don't have sleep apnea--temporary cessation of breathing during sleep. Up to now, parents and physicians have assumed there was no need to worry about habitual snoring, unless children suffered from sleep apnea as well. This new study indicates there is hidden morbidity found in snoring children that is not as severe as in those with...

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