How to do your child stop breathing through the mouth

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Are you concerned that your child snores at night, or ride all the time with his mouth open? This is because he can not breathe normally, but calm, according to some studies is common that children have this difficulty due to a chronic inflammation of the tonsils.

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When child has annoying little runny nose, or mouth can not close, there is a strong chance he has adenoid hypertrophy, a disease of the adenoids which reduces the space through which the air passes through the nose into the larynx and trachea.

The adenoids are the first system of child protection. They are structures found in the pharynx, whose function is to control the entry of organisms’ attackers. When the adenoids become infected, they swell and increase in size, causing breathing difficulty.

Treatments for the child to stop breathing through the mouth
One solution is a sinus operation. However, long studies are being studies of treatments based on inhalers with topical steroids (beclomethasone dipropionate, triamcinolone, budesonide, mometasone furoate, etc). The mometasone inhaler is the best choice because it has fewer side effects because it does not penetrate the blood. Therefore, consult the doctor for this type of steroid, as has been recommended by many otolaryngologists.

The intranasal of this type are also called corticosteroids and some studies claim that metabolizes in the liver by 50%, so the effect on the body will be minimal and will not affect the growth or intellectual abilities of children. It also has no odor or taste, so it will be easier to provide.

Another method to make the child stop breathing through the mouth is the identification of allergenic agent, to change the natural history of the patient at a time not less than five years. This is done by vaccines and medical supervision.

Each patient should be studied in detail to determine what kind of steroid will be beneficial. The ultimate goal of all this will get their adenoids return to their original state, or at least significantly reduce, and so the child can stop breathing through the mouth.