Snoring among adults is fairly common — about half of us do. Children, however, tend to snore less frequently, and only 1 in 10 does so consistently. If your child snores regularly, it could be a sign of something larger at play. Complicating matters further, snoring could be robbing your child of the restorative sleep they need.
If it seems that your child’s life is a constant cycle of ear infections, you may be correct. Children are not only more prone to ear infections than adults, 5 of 6 children will have at least one infection by the time they reach the age of 3.