When your significant other snores, he or she may be banished to the spare bedroom. But what happens when it’s your toddler making all that noise? Is it more than just an annoyance?
In a first of its kind study, researchers in Cincinnati, surveyed two-hundred-49 moms about their kids’ sleep, snoring and behavior. The moms filled out questionnaires from the time of their baby’s birth through a 3 year follow-up point.
While most children will snore occasionally, persistent snoring should be reported to your family’s doctor.
I’m Dr. Cindy Haines of HealthDay TV with information that can help keep your family healthy.
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