Up to 15 percent of children have sleep apnea, yet 90 percent go undiagnosed

Children who have behavior problems or are suspected to have ADHD might actually be suffering from a chronic lack of restorative sleep. Symptoms include snoring, restless sleep, excessive sleepiness, teeth grinding and jaw clenching, migraines, bedwetting, and irritability. Sleep apnea and related conditions can cause lasting damage to brain development during crucial years. As a result, children who go undiagnosed have been reported to use health care 226 percent more than the general population.

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