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Several medical conditions, including end-stage kidney disease and stroke, may give rise to central sleep apnea of the non-Cheyne-Stokes variety.
But in children the most common condition leading to obstructive sleep apnea is enlarged tonsils and adenoids.
Some research has found a connection between obstructive sleep apnea and certain eye conditions, such as glaucoma.
Possible causes of central sleep apnea include heart or neuromuscular disorders, and treating those conditions might help.
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