Does your child snore or breathe noisily during sleep?

According to specialists, you should not be able to hear your child breathe during sleeping.  Research suggests that noisy breathing, snoring and teeth grinding in children, during sleep, could suggest that your child may have sleep apnoea.  Have a look at this great checklist that Dr Zoran Becvarovski, an ENT from Sydney, has put together to help parents identify if their child is at risk....WHAT IS SLEEP APNOEA?

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