Signs to recognize snoring conditions in a child
The effects of obstructive sleep apnea are studied mainly in older children, but scientists believe that they also affect young children, such as children 2-3 years old.
Traditionally, primary snoring that does not develop into obstructive sleep apnea is considered benign.
But recent studies indicate this snoring habit also has many health risks.
Problems with cognitive, behavioral impairment were found to occur more in children with primary snoring than in those who never or rarely snore.