Snoring in Children Can Be as Harmful as Snoring in AdultsSnoring in children is a common condition. Approximately 10% or more of children between the are habitual snorers or snore at least three to four times a week. A child snoring may sound cute and even funny, but children who snore habitually may experience problems with poor school performance and bedwetting. Some children who are suffering from snoring caused by sleep disorders are often misdiagnosed with ADHD or other conditions with symptoms of inattentiveness, hyperactivity, and impulsivity.
Causes of Snoring in ChildrenIf your child is snoring, it might be caused by:
- Naturally large tonsils and adenoids.
- Small jaw or small airway.
- Partial airway blockage
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