Hearing your little one snore could be an “awe” moment. But that cute, little sound might actually be a symptom of something else. Dr. Greg Omlor, director of pulmonary medicine and sleep center, discusses the connection between snoring and cognitive issues, possible obstructions, and why parents shouldn’t just accept that their child is a bad sleeper.
After Jordan’s febrile seizure from his raised temperature caused by an ear infection and influenza A, we thought it would be a good idea to see Dr. Milo, an ear nose and throat (ENT) doctor at Akron Children’s. We’ve had some great feedback from family friends who’ve seen him in the past so we scheduled our appointment.