Choosing where to bring your child for care is a major decision. We understand you want all the information you can get. And you want it in a clear, straightforward form that helps you make the right choice for your family.
When it comes to babies and breathing, Children's apnea program covers it all. Through both inpatient and outpatient care, we diagnose breathing conditions, coordinate further testing if needed and outline a plan of care tailored to each child. And we do this using sophisticated pulmonary technology that is specially created for tiny lungs and fragile little ones.
Moms and dads who check on their babies at 3 a.m. to make sure they are breathing is nothing new. Welcome to parenthood, where being cautious is the norm. But when babies have a condition called apnea, which is a pause in breathing that can last for more than 20 seconds, careful monitoring of a child becomes critically important.
As we start to prepare students for going back to school, it's important to adjust to a regular sleep routine.
We specialize in identifying and treating the full gamut of sleep challenges.
Insomnia is broadly defined as difficulty falling asleep, staying asleep and/or subjective, poor-quality sleep.
Preparation is the key to minimize the impact of daylight saving time on your child’s sleep patterns.
Dr. Cavanaugh and Karen Johnson, APRN, of the Children's Sleep Center in St. Paul talk about healthy sleep habits for kids from newborns to teens.
While it’s easy to perpetuate the cycle of being sleepy, it’s possible to make a conscious effort to improve this problem.
If you want to be proactive to minimize the disruption to your child’s sleep pattern, there are a few things to consider.