Parenting - Toddler care | 1-3 yrs

Is Your Toddler Snoring?

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Why Do Toddlers Snore?

Snoring happens when there is a blockage of airflow through your toddler’s nose and throat. The sound you hear is the vibration of certain structures in the mouth and throat rubbing against one another as your child breathes.

10 Signs Your Child's Snoring Is A Problem

We know that anywhere from 8 percent to 12 percent of children snore most nights. This is called habitual snoring. Here are 10 tips that should help you decide whether your child’s snoring might need further medical evaluation.

Snoring Toddlers Can Develop Learning Problems

Extended snoring problems can, in the worst case, delay the development and growth of a child and lead to learning difficulties, according to a Swedish study published in the Journal of Laryngology and Otology.

Snoring Toddlers Turn Into 'Problem Children'

Researchers believe that the fast-developing brains of young children could be adversely affected by breathing problems during sleep, such as snoring, mouth breathing, and sleep apnea. Read on to find out how you can prevent snoring toddlers from ...

Snoring: Causes, Symptoms And Solutions

Are you worried that your little angel does not epitomise the image of the quiet and peaceful child, who sleeps soundly? Snoring, whether due to allergy or obstructive sleep apnea, isn’t something you ought to ignore. Read this article to know the...

Snoring Remedies At Night

If your child snores, try a few remedies, but talk with your doctor if the remedies fail to stop the snoring. Children with Down Syndrome, cleft palates and receding chins may snore regularly.

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