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Snoring in kids linked to behavioral problems
- By Patrick J. Skerrett, Former Executive Editor, Harvard Health
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Patrick J. Skerrett, Former Executive Editor, Harvard Health
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informative, i just know even children also has sleeping problems, but can we made physical approach(treatment) for sleep problem like adult people, for children?
Thanks for the info that you wrote in your article is. I am very happy to read it. Because this time it is being experienced by my son who was only 6 years old. lately he often snore and even bedwetting. whereas before he was never like that. now just my job to find a solution, or the cause of it all. thanks again.
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Very informative, P.J., thank you! This info is so important since many parents tend to ignore these signs. I recently blogged similarly focusing on the importance of seeing a doctor if/when any of these signs are apparent.
But when a child sleeps and get awake he can’t remember whether it’s snoring or not, I have heard snoring might be divert to a health problem.
Thanks for your share.
I tend to agree with For some children, sleep is anythin
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