Many people are familiar with adult sleep apnea and its symptoms, but are you aware that children can have this sleep disturbance too? Many of the same symptoms are evident with obstructive sleep apnea in children, and if you are a parent, this condition should be monitored and possibly treated.
Half the population snores at some point in their life, and 40 – 45% of adult men and 24 – 30% of women snore regularly. It may be annoying to your sleep partner, and you may wake up with a dry mouth, but is it dangerous to snore? Actually, it can be.
Let’s learn how snoring and sleep apnea impact your health.