Beware: Hysteria may keep children from growing tall

Beware: Hysteria may keep children from growing tall

Too many children will snoring when they sleep. Experts say that children with snoring are mostly short and weak because of lack of deep sleep and low growth hormone levels. In addition, snoring leads to long-term hypoxia and high blood pressure. Therefore, early surgical treatment should be performed at the same time.Should also adjust the diet and enhance exercise.

Most of the children with dysentery were hospitalized for 5-year-old twin sisters.

The two sisters looked significantly shorter, thinner and less focused than their peers.

The child’s father introduced that both daughters had the same problem: snoring while sleeping.

After examination, both children developed “hysteria”, the main cause was adenoid hypertrophy.

At the doctor’s advice, both girls had their adenoids removed.

According to experts, through sleep and breathing monitoring statistics, they found that among the thousands of children with hysteria treated, the youngest was only 2 years old, and the oldest was 13 years old, mainly concentrated in 4?
Between 8 years old.

Clinically, children with hysteria are significantly shorter and thinner than their children of the same age. At the same time, they show that they do not like to eat, are irritable and hyperactive, and learn to be half a beat slower than others.

The child often snores at night, indicating that his airway is not smooth and the sleep quality is not high.

The growth hormone that can promote children’s growth and development is mainly secreted during deep sleep at night, and snoring at night will directly reduce the growth hormone secretion.

Snoring can increase children’s blood pressure. About 3,000 people die each day from snoring worldwide.

Has become a life-threatening invisible killer.

The main feature of snoring is that patients repeatedly experience snoring, belching, and apnea during sleep, causing hypoxia and damaging various organs of the human body. There are currently 88 known diseases related to sleep disordered breathing.

Experts said that clinically, most adults and children snoring are caused by congenital or acquired diseases, such as tonsil hypertrophy, jaw deformity, adenoid hypertrophy, throat size or obesity, etc., resulting in obstruction of the airway and snoring.

People have a self-regulating effect in the awake state. They can use the mouth to breathe when the airway is not open. However, at night, people’s self-regulation ability is reduced after falling asleep. When the airway is unconscious by multiple posteriors, it leads to hypoxia and complications cause a series of diseases.

Sleep snoring at night, patients are often awake, and sleep quality is low, which leads to emotional irritability; long-term mouth breathing due to poor breathing may cause diseases such as chronic respiratory inflammation; long-term lack of oxygen causes blood pressure to rise, increasing the heart and kidneysThe burden on brain tissues and organs will lead to low sexual function, frequent urination at night, arrhythmia during sleep, heart failure, dilated cardiomyopathy, stroke, depression and other diseases, and even sudden death.

Most snoring can be solved through reasonable surgical treatment. Of course, it is also necessary to change the bad lifestyle to reduce the disease, such as proper exercise, diet and weight control.