Symptoms of Mixed apnea
Symptoms of Mixed apnea
The list of signs and symptoms mentioned in various sources
for Mixed apnea includes the 8
symptoms listed below:
- Longer total sleep time than normal, especially obese children or those with severe apnea.
- More effort in breathing (flaring nostrils, heaving chests, sweating). The chest may have an inward motion during sleep.
- Behavioral difficulties without any obvious cause, such as hyperactivity and inattention
- Morning headaches
- Failure to grow and gain weight
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Mixed apnea: Onset and Incubation
Onset of Mixed apnea: Most common in infants and young children.
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