In the study by researchers from the University of Erasmus was attended by over six thousand children and their mothers. The survey and analysis of the health of the participants in the experiment were able to establish co-sleeping increases the risk of asthma development in children, says Zee News.
Children sleeping with parents at the age of two years, had an increased risk of bronchial asthma and obstructive pulmonary disease. Asthma is the most frequently detected in six years.
Bronchial asthma is a disease of allergic nature, associated with respiratory failure and the appearance of periodic asthma attacks. The disease is chronic and requires ongoing treatment throughout life.
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Scientists advise to give the child a separate bed to sleep it's the only one. The bed should be firm and comfortable, the bathroom is bright and ventilated. These simple rules will reduce the risk of developing allergies and other illnesses in children.