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At CHOC, we know sleep problems affect children's health. We have a fellowship-trained team and the latest monitoring technology to treat apnea and more.
CHOC offers two sleep center locations in Orange, CA, and Mission Viejo, CA, for overnight and daytime sleep studies to test children for sleep problems.
Sleep is an essential part of your growing child’s health. When it comes to making sure your children are getting the proper amount of Z’s, there are some guidelines you can follow.
530 S. Main Street, Suite 100 | Orange, CA 92868-3874 | 714-509-8651
27700 Medical Center Rd. | Mission Viejo, CA 92691 | 949-365-2309
This short video will describe what you can expect during your sleep study, and how you can prepare so you have the best experience possible.
A CHOC Pediatric Psychologist specializing in sleep medicine provides an overview of the importance of sleep in children and adolescents.
The presentation will cover examples of how to implement healthy sleep habits as well as problem solve common childhood sleep issues in the home.
When your child snores a condition called sleep apnea may be the reason. There are two types, central and obstructive. Obstructive is a greater concern.
Babies who sleep on their back or in a car seat without changing positions for long periods of time can develop flat heads, a condition called plagiocephaly.
Dr. Tammelin is board certified in internal medicine, pulmonary medicine and sleep medicine and treats kids with lung conditions at CHOC Hospital in Orange.
27700 Medical Center Rd. | Mission Viejo, CA 92691 | 949-364-1400
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Setting screentime guidelines can help parents avoid battles with their kids. “Up to two hours a day is reasonable,” says Dr. Galion. The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends that children under the age of two have limited screen time.
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