Child Sleep Apnea

Does Your Child Have Sleep Apnea?

If you child has experienced one or more of the following symptoms, they may have Sleep Apnea:

Academic Challenges
Behavioral Issues
Crowded Teeth
Mouth Breathing
Restless Sleep
Teeth Grinding

Any of these symptoms can be caused by just one thing - Obstructive Sleep Apnea. There's a lot to know and there are NATURAL treatment options available. To learn more now, schedule a Patient Education Meeting - It's 100% Free.

The Home Sleep Apnea Test Kit

Are you a restless sleeper? Do you wake frequently throughout the night? Does your snoring make it nearly impossible for your spouse to sleep? You may have a condition know as OSA or Obstructive Sleep Apnea. The good news is, with our simple, 3-step plan, you can find out definitively if you have OSA and learn about a safe, effective and non-invasive treatment.

Just complete a short form and we'll send you a test kit. It's easy and can help you to not only sleep better, but can help those around you as well. Learn more now, just tell us where to send your test kit.


What Is Obstructive Sleep Apnea?

Obstructive Sleep Apnea or OSA, is a serious medical condition that affects people when they sleep. This disorder causes an obstruction in the airway, which can interrupts normal breathing. For those that suffer from OSA, there are lists of symptoms including waking throughout the night, snoring, morning headaches, fatigue, anxiety, behavioral issues and problems focusing.

Unfortunately for children that suffer from OSA, they are often diagnosed with ADHD, when in fact, they may only have OSA which is the underlying condition.

Another thing to know is that while it is estimated that 15% of children in America have OSA, it’s not known how many children actually suffer from OSA because up to 90% of cases go undiagnosed. In fact, many children who have behavioral problems or are suspected to have ADHD may actually be suffering from a chronic lack of sleep caused by OSA.

What Parents Need To Know About OSA

At all ages of life, sleep is a vital process that rejuvenates, refreshes and provides energy throughout the day. Restful sleep can improve clarity, energy, cognitive function and ability to study.

If your child is tired upon waking, can’t seem to focus, wets the bed, or displays any other symptom related to OSA, a simple and free educational meeting can change their life.

There are treatment options that are non-invasive and non-surgical.

Learn More Now!

Because so many children are suffering from a treatable condition, we highly recommend learning more about OSA, its symptoms, and treatment options available.

If you suspect that your child may have OSA, please schedule a patient education meeting now. Our patient education explains the symptoms, root cause, and of course the natural treatment options that have helped thousands of children live happier lives by improving their breathing and sleeping patterns.