Snoring children affects on their mental
A medical study showed that children who Snoring aloud to the extent that a wake-up them and they recorded lower rates in the standard tests of mental development.
The study also indicated that exposure to cigarette smoke in an indirect way - passive smoking - may contribute to adverse effects for snoring children.
Some researchers from the University of West Virginia in Morgan Town and the University of Louisville in Kentucky said that, the relationship between breathing problems during sleep, and functions to the realization of children in pre-school and school-age children has been clearly identified.
They explained that this study and others clearly support the need to identify and assess young children with risk factors that facilitate the recognition of respiratory problems during sleep. They pointed out that this may constitute a formidable challenge when taking into account the fact that the symptoms of respiratory problems such as snoring during sleep is less urgent for the complaint of such children compared with other accompanying symptoms such as diseases affecting the upper part of the respiratory system frequently, and the delay in growth and development.
The researchers estimated the existence of a possible link between snoring and lack of jobs and growth performance of 35 children between the sound of an average age of about 8.2 months, were also tested the potential contribution of exposure to cigarette smoke.
Associated with waking up from sleep, the result of respiratory problems in the relationship of negative reciprocity has significant mental growth is caused by snoring waking up is the only factor in this relationship''s And 30% of children to homes where a parent of smokers, making them more likely to snore and wake up the result of problems related to breathing.
However, there aren''t any records shown significant differences in terms of mental development among children who grow up in homes of smokers and children who grow up in homes with no smokers.