My baby snores : Symptoms, causes ?

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  1. My baby snores: is that normal?
    1. Why does my baby snore when he sleeps? Snoring baby
  2. My baby snores during bottle feeding.
    1. My baby snores when he eats ( snoring baby )
  3. My baby snores when he breathes
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My baby snores: is that normal?

Snoring baby. Sometimes your baby snores while sleeping, but also when he drinks his bottle or simply when he breathes...

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There is nothing to worry about, especially since they are louder than actual snoring. When should you worry? Inventory and advice from Dr. Catherine Salinier-Rolland, pediatrician.

Snoring is a hoarse breathing sound that occurs when the muscles in the back of the throat, palate, uvula and tongue relax and make it difficult for air to pass through the airways.

On breathing in, the pharynx vibrates, causing this characteristic noise.

Snoring in babies is usually caused by a cold and sometimes parents confuse it with other breathing sounds. Explanations with Dr. Catherine Salinier-Rolland, pediatrician.

Why does my baby snore when he sleeps? Snoring baby

60% of a baby's sleep time is restless sleep.

That's why a baby grunts, sighs loudly or has irregular breathing when he or she sleeps. They may also snore because their muscle tone decreases during sleep and their airway narrows.

These snoring noises disappear around 4 or 6 months of age when the child grows up and his airways reach their final diameter.

"Parents worry when their baby has irregular breathing and a stuffy nose because they think he's going to choke: but this is not true! As long as the baby can suck, it means he can breathe through his nose.

A baby is not in pain because it makes a lot of noise at night and you should not wake it up because this will disrupt its sleep.

If the baby can't breathe, he will wake up and show up, says Dr. Catherine Salinier-Rolland, a pediatrician, former president of the AFPA and an expert on the Mpedia parent site.

My baby snores during bottle feeding.

The noises you detect are most often related to swallowing, but your baby can also make noises because he or she is not in the correct position.

"The child's head may be too tilted and the air is hard to get through. Then, you just have to change the baby's position," says Dr. Salinier.

Your baby can also make this noise because he has a cold! To make it easier for your baby to take a bottle, you can clean his nose with saline solution so that his mucous membranes get wet and he can breathe and therefore drink normally.

"Some pediatric schools recommend washing the nose every morning to clear it, but I think it should only be washed to clear it.

As long as your baby's nose isn't blocked and he's breathing through it, there's no point in washing it every day.

On the other hand, when the nose is blocked or dripping, causing small bubbles at the end of the nostrils, the nose should be washed to remove the mucus and even the nasal secretions should be aspirated," advises Dr. Salinier-Rolland.

My baby snores when he eats ( snoring baby )

Both adults and children salivate all the time. A small amount of saliva can accumulate in an infant's throat causing a rattle when swallowing food.

These gurgling noises can also be due to mucus that collects in the windpipe after a cold and the baby can't cough it up.

"The only pathological cause of a baby's snoring is an imperforation of a nostril called a choanal imperforation, but this is very rare and is always detected at birth.

When the baby grows and breathes badly on both sides, he may also have put a foreign body in his nostril while playing, but then he has other symptoms such as a greenish discharge from one nostril due to an infection around the object," explains Dr. Salinier-Rolland.

My baby snores when he breathes

The baby probably has a cold again and a thorough nasal wash should be enough to make this noise disappear. Snoring can also be caused by clogged saliva.

In this case, try making the baby cough by patting him/her on the back.

You can also give the baby something to drink. When they inhale, some babies sometimes make high-pitched noises called stridor, which go away over time.

However, the wheezing is more worrying.

If it persists, do not hesitate to ask your pediatrician for advice. "There are two types of wheezing: the expiratory wheezing characteristic of asthma or bronchiolitis and the inspiratory wheezing characteristic of laryngitis.

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