Tickling lifesaving neurological disease
Sancho Norris forced tickle their 12-month-old son Benn, he continued to breathe, writes The Daily Mail. Baby just stops breathing several times a night, and the mother has to tickle him in order to restore breathing.
Alarm allows parents to understand that the baby had stopped breathing (sometimes it is up to 23 times per night). Then the child tickle feet, under the chin or abdomen, that he woke up. This is usually sufficient to restore normal breathing.
The boy diagnosed disorder "sleep apnea." Because of him the night the child stops breathing for 20 seconds or more. The disease develops when the muscles and the nervous system is not formed properly. Usually the problem is with age.
Known that his son Sancho Norris was born prematurely (at 24 weeks), and it weighs only 794 grams. According to the forecasts of doctors, the child should not have survived. But after 18 weeks, he was released home. Then the problem came to light, and with the breath.