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If your child snores and/or breathes through his or her mouth, it could be an indication that they may be experiencing a serious condition known as Sleep Disordered Breathing (SBD). Habitual mouth breathing is never healthy; neither is snoring. It's usually a sign that a child is unable to obtain the amount of oxygen needed to support overall health, growth and development.

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