About Sleep disorders in children
disorders in children occur between the age of four and eight. Better
support from the physician, parents, and family members is important
to overcome the problems caused by this disorder. Many types of sleep
disorders occur in children. Some of the sleep disorders in children
are mild causing minimal problems while some others are serious causing
long lasting effects.
Bruxism is one of the other sleep disorders in children which involves the grinding and gnashing of the teeth while asleep. This is a very annoying sleep disturber which can lead to dental problems. Head banging or rolling is one of the other common sleep disorders in children, which is performed by children when dropping off to sleep and it is harmless and diminishes with the growth of the children.Periodic limb movement and restless legs syndrome is one of the other common sleep disorders in children that is very disturbing, both to the parents and to the child.
The urge caused by this disorder to move the legs could also lead to sleepwalking, nightmares and insomnia. Sleep apnea is one of the other common sleep disorders in children that cause children to frequently stop breathing while sleeping. Whenever a child is diagnosed to have this disorder, treatment needs to be started as soon as possible. Sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS) is one of the other common sleep disorders in children, which is one of the worst and most dreaded sleep disorders that cause immediate death of the child with no specific reason.
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