Pediatric Sleep Apnea

Just like adults, many children suffer from sleeping disorders that prevent them from getting a sufficient amount of sleep. Pediatric sleep apnea is a common sleeping disorder that involves a narrowing of the upper airway during sleep, causing patients to experience short periods of disrupted breathing that can interfere with sleep.

Diagnosis

Diagnosis

Sleep apnea may develop as a result of:

  • Enlarged adenoids or tonsils
  • Obesity
  • Muscle weakness
Symptoms
Treatment

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