How to Prevent and Stop Night Terrors
There is a staggering incidence of 15% with night terrors in children and they are not to be confused with nightmares. Very little is known about them and the best that the doctor can do is advise that most children grow out of them.
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What are the causes in children and adults?
There are many theories:
• Increased brain activity.
• Glitches in sleep patterns.
• Some researchers believe it is that a chemical trigger causes the brain to 'misfire'. These misfires can be caused by many factors such as stress and various other medical ailments.
• Physical attack by malignant, nonphysical entities.
Any or all could be true.
What are the symptoms?
• A sudden awakening from sleep fearful or terrified often screaming, sweating and confused.
• This is usually accompanied with a very rapid heart rate and an inability to explain what happened.
• Night terrors in children and adults occur usually from one hour after falling asleep.
• Often the eyes are wide open although in a deep sleep.
• They may try to get out of bed/cot and often sleep walk.
• Usually the person has no recall of any bad dreams or nightmares, but may have a vague sense of frightening images.
• Many people see spiders, snakes, tigers or even people in the room.
• They are unable to be fully awakened and are difficult to comfort. They often have no memory of the event on awakening.
The main points about how to stop and prevent night terrors are:
• Night terrors in children occur usually from 3 to 12 years old, but can occur at any age
• It does tend to run in the family
• Usually occurs 15 minutes to 1 hour after going to sleep
• The child or person doesn't wake
• They are unable to be comforted
• Will not respond to anyone
• Can last between 10 and 20 minutes
• Doesn't usually remember the night time incidence
• Increased occurrences during times of stress or over-active daytime activity
• There is an 18% incidence of sleep walking and some children manage to actually leave their homes
• Very important to protect the child from injury.
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