Effects of respiratory distress on jaw and general development in children

Nasal congestion and mouth breathing occur with the enlargement of the adenoids and tonsils in children. Mouth breathing slows development by causing an unhealthy metabolism and creates growth and development retardation in the child. Mouth breathing also causes permanent retardation and deformities in the jaw and teeth.
opens. This causes dental-jaw problems and the need for treatment in the child, which unfortunately is also the main cause of snoring and sleep apnea in adulthood. Possible effects of adenoid enlargement include frequent illness of the child and middle ear problems. Hearing loss that develops unnoticed as a result of these ear problems can also be added to the table. Remember! Removing the adenoids and reducing the tonsils if they are large solve all these potential problems.