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  1. Snoring arises in children due to adenoid and tonsil tissue which blocks the airway during sleep. You shouldn’t take your child’s snoring easily and check him to a specialist to get rid him from snoring.

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  2. Gary, thanks for the great post!
    I’ve had a snoring problem since I was a child. It’s bad that it was not recognized as serious problem like it is nowdays, so my parents didn’t really care about. Well, now the only thing wich helps me to reduce a snoring is tongue holding mouthpiece. So I’d advise to parents whos child is snoring: take care about. It may become a real problem in the future.

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  3. Great article!!! Breathing Disorders During Sleep are the fastest rising conditions that affect all age groups, including children. They are linked to various health conditions like Alzheimer’s disease, cancer, depression, memory problems, high blood pressure, obesity and sometimes increased risk of dying.

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  4. I just love your blog.Your views are very good.Still you can do many things to improve it.

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