In part three, she also reports that sleep disordered breathing may also occur in children.
Diagnosing Sleep Issues in Children
The diagnosis of sleep issues in children is more difficult than in adults.
Night time symptoms suggestive of signs of possible airway and sleep disorders in children include a louder breathing noise rather than a distinct snoring as in adults, poor/restless sleep patterns, teeth grinding, mouth breathing, increased sweating and bed wetting.
Obesity is only occasionally a significant factor.