Sleep Apnea in Children and ADHD

ADHD has always been debated whether it’s poor parenting , psychological or physiological or medical. It seems adenotonsillectomy could relieve kids of poor sleep whether it’s due to obstructive sleep apnea or other physiological reasons.

By Janice Wood Associate News Editor Treating obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) in children can improve attention and verbal memory, according to a new study. “OSA is known to be associated with deficits in attention, cognition, and executive function,”

This new study promises to be a breakthrough in treating ADHD in kids .

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