Snoring in children

Snoring in children results from obstruction of the airway for breathing as a result of the presence of adenoids behind the nose, enlarged tonsils, nasal polyps, enlarged nasal cartilage or the base of the tongue, or other uncommon causes.

Tonsillitis in children

It is common for tonsils to get infected by viruses or bacteria (bacterial tonsillitis is sometimes called strep throat). Tonsillitis is common in children of all ages and often occurs when children have a cold, with a runny nose and a cough. In teenagers, glandular fever can cause severe tonsillitis.

Inflammation of the middle ear

Inflammation of the middle ear It often begins after a cold or chest infection (cough), and its symptoms are ear pain, and sometimes it is accompanied by a high temperature (in children) and a decrease in hearing.


It is an inflammation of the mucous membranes lining the nose and sinuses and often increases after a cold or prolonged nasal congestion. It causes pain in the bones of the face and eyes and headache, and is often accompanied by colored mucous secretions that come down from the front and back of the nose.

Allergic rhinitis

It is considered one of the most common nasal problems, and it is not a disease in the true sense, but rather a group of symptoms resulting from exposure to something provocative in the surrounding environment, such as dust.