Think your baby’s snoring is cute? You might wanna think again!!!
Researchers surveyed parents of 11,000 children starting at birth and going up to age 7 and found that kids with "sleep-disordered breathing" AKA snoring and mouth-breathing, were more likely to have behavior problems.
As if this wasn’t sad enough, the kiddies also had higher rates of depression, anxiety, and aggression.
Poor babies, but wouldn't you be cranky too if you couldn't sleep well?!!
Check out the video (above) to learn more about this INTERESTING association!!!