Snoring Kids Suffer in School and Study Links Breathing Difficulties During Sleep With Poorer Academic Performance are two headlines just published in the online NZ Herald. Both draw on the results of a University of Otago study just published. Dysfunctional breathing at night, also called sleep-disordered breathing, is becoming more common. As it can reduce oxygen delivery to the brain by up to 50% the effects can be serious.
If your children regularly snore, breathing retraining is the next best step to take. Improved attention, concentration, performance, and fewer emotional upsets are better for you and your child!