Snoring Tots May Develop Behavioral Issues Later.  Research from the journal Pediatrics, reported in Medline finds that infants and toddlers who snore or have other breathing difficulties during sleep are more likely to have behavioral challenges by age 7. While disordered sleep impacts fatigue and irriatability, others suggest that disordered sleep may have more serious impacts at this age by disrupting neurodevelopment.

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