Article Correctness Is Author's Responsibility: Habitual Snoring Linked to Significant Brain Changes in Children

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This shows a sweet little boy taking a nap in his mother's armsChildren who snore while they sleep have thinner gray matter in several areas of the frontal lobes. Significantly, the reduction in gray matter correlated with behavioral problems associated with sleep apnea. Some behavioral problems experienced include hyperactivity, increased aggression, and attention deficits.