Sneezing unless accompanied by a running nose is usually due to an allergy to dust or talc. Most babies who snore mildly usually outgrow this. But wheezing and asthma attacks are what you should watch out for.
Wheezing accompanied by rapid breathing is not always a symptom of Asthma. It is more likely to be a symptom of bronchitis. Use nasal drops or nasal aspirators for relief. Keep the home free from cigarette smoke, dust and other pollutants. Hospitalisation may be required if there is a severe lack of oxygen and the child`s lips and fingertips turn blue.
Children with asthma tend to breathe harder. Their breathing is accompanied by a wheezing noise, especially while breathing out. These attacks are mostly due to allergic reactions to the common grass, pollens, dust or pet`s fur. Sudden changes of temperature and hot winds can also initiate an attack.