Snoring Linked to Depression and Hyperactivity

Recent research has revealed that kids who snore have an increased risk of mental health problems, including anxiety and depression. Doctors are recommending that if a child snores persistently and loudly by the age of 2 or 3 that they be treated for sleep apnea and receive a mental health screening. Breastfeeding is shown to lower the risk of snoring and mental health problems.

Snoring in Kids Could Lead to Hyperactivity, Depression | WREG

Loud, Persistent Snoring Linked With Behavioral Problems In Kids

Snoring Linked to Behavior Problems in Young Children | Psych