Wednesday, September 7, 2011

Does a tonsillitis symptom can cause bedwetting habits in children?

Is quite surprising because tonsillitis and bedwetting habits in children such as not related. But new research shows the surprising results.

Based on research conducted in Michigan and reported by U.S. News & World Report says that children who have large tonsils and adenoids are swollen likely to experience disordered breathing habits during sleep in children. This breathing disorder (tonsillitis symptoms) that can cause children to wet the bed at night.

While the cause of why children who experience respiratory problems during sleep tend to like dry until paper is loaded the cause is unknown. Only, the study noted that children who has breathing habits during sleep the bed because it has the tonsils will stop bedwetting if their tonsils taken.

Therefore, it is suggested to the parents who have children who suffer from tonsillitis in children to check with the doctor-related breathing disorders during sleep and bedwetting disorders. It's good if parents check the condition in ENT doctor to see if your child's bedwetting due to disordered breathing during sleep. The disorder can be overcome by removing the tonsils or called tonsillectomy in children, said Yegappan Lakshmanan, head of research and head of pediatric urology at Children's Hospital of Michigan.

Just not all the problems bedwetting in children caused by disordered breathing during sleep. Children are often divided into three groups of bedwetting, bladder problems, kidney problems and sleep disorders. In studies conducted in Michigan, is only performed on children who experience sleep disturbances. If your child continues to wet the bed, do not hesitate to consult a pediatrician to find out the cause.

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