OSA in children
Obstructive sleep apnoea (OSA) is a breathing problem that happens when your child is asleep.
- What is OSA?
- What causes OSA in children?
- What signs should I be looking out for?
- How is OSA diagnosed?
- How is it treated?
- Is there any way to prevent OSA?
We also have information on OSA in adults.
Every night I watched my son stop breathing
Milo was diagnosed with OSA aged 4. His mum Rebecca talks about his exhausting experience.
What are the signs of OSA in children?
There are several symptoms to look out for if you think your child might have OSA.