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Most of the babies' days are spent sleeping. This sleep circuit, which meets many needs, also contributes to the growth of babies. American Hospital Specialist Dr. Sabri Derman, Büyüme The growth hormone that helps babies grow is secreted in babies' deep sleep, or he says.
Sleep is one of the indispensable physiological needs of almost all living things. Especially for people with the most advanced and complex brain structure, it is not possible to live without sleep. When the human calf is born, the brain is not fully developed and mature. Brain weight doubles during the first months of life, and grows twice as much in the first years.
In this growth process, neural connections are created and reinforced that will affect our lives for a lifetime. In this process, the brain needs more sleep than ever before. The newborn can sleep 19-22 hours a day. More importantly, up to 80% of this sleep takes place during the sleep phase, which we call REM Sleep, where dreams are the most common and our memory consolidates.
Healthy sleep is an indispensable condition for healthy growth and mental development. Furthermore, growth hormone is secreted, especially during deep sleep, and plays an important role in the proper development of the baby / child.
For these reasons, problems that impair the quality and duration of sleep in children can lead to significant developmental and behavioral problems. Some of these problems may be caused by external factors such as heat, noise, discomfort of the bed, and some may be caused by digestive problems, teething, pain and pain. As children become conscious, fears, worries, and restlessness can be bad dreams and nightmares can affect their sleep from time to time.
One problem that parents need to pay attention to is whether their babies and children breathe properly during sleep. Occasionally it is usual to take a wheezing breath or hold a breath for 1-2 seconds. But snoring, breathing stops exceeding 3-4 seconds, awakening by breathing while holding the breath, especially the lips, although slight bruising, sleep apnea or upper respiratory tract resistance are symptoms of the so-called symptoms, and the child must be shown to a pediatrician and ear-nose-throat physician if necessary. .
If this problem persists for more than a few weeks and there are individuals in the immediate family who have symptoms such as snoring, sleep loss, it may be necessary for the child to undergo a sleep test. All night, breathing, oxygenation, heart rate and sleep EEG monitoring and polysomnography according to the test results, according to the type and degree of treatment appropriate to the problem is determined.
In respiratory disorders that occur with difficulty snoring or breathing during sleep, and the disorder, the brain has to wake up and open the airways, even for a few seconds, to stop breathing.
These short awakenings disturb the continuity of sleep and reduce the quality. The result can be problems such as behavioral disorders, learning difficulties, distress, moodiness, extreme mischief, and soaking at night. Did our ancestors know that the growth hormone was secreted in deep sleep when he said, un Let him sleep, and grow! In?