Obesity and compromised immune function disturb children’s nighttime breathing, leading to behavior, learning and memory problems

(Natural News) Hungarian scientists have concluded that abnormal respiratory behaviors during sleep can negatively affect the cognitive development of children. The authors of the new study state that deep sleep, characterized by long, slow brain waves, is hampered or abruptly aroused when a child snores or displays any symptom associated with sleep-disordered breathing (SDB). It…

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