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Does Sleeping In Too Hot Of A Room Cause Night Terrors
What are the possible causes of night terrors in a healthy, 22y/o female? There is no history of any type of abuse and no other known sleep disorder.
4 yo girl'sT&A were removed a year ago. But she still snores, night terrors, grinds teeth, gags in sleep. What could cause this? (ENT appt next month)
Obstruction: See if the ENT can see your daughter sooner.See 2 more doctor answers
Initial Stages: Typically, night terrors are associated with the earlier phases if sleep and commonly occur before midnight. That is in contrast to night mares, which are associated with later stages of sleep and with rem sleep. Night mares more commonly occur after midnight, although there are exceptions. While an unpleasant nuisance, both night terrors and night mares are normal. Most kids "grow out of" them.See 2 more doctor answers
Recommend medical: Evaluation to get the answer to this question. Sleep medicine ;/ or psychiatric evaluation - can often be beneficial.
Night terrors can: Occur in adults, but are much more common in children. They are a sleep disorder during which an adult remains asleep while displaying fearful or aggressive behaviors, & later remembers nothing but dream fragments, as opposed to nightmares from which an adult awakens & remembers details. If you have a recurrent sleep disorder, see your doctor for evaluation & possible referral for a sleep study.
That's the problem: ...They are unconscious behaviors that are not made aware to our consciousness. If we were concious of our sleepwalking, it would just be "walking." sleep is our normal state of unconsciousness. Only necessary behaviors are generally permitted during sleep: breathing, shifting our weight for comfort in sleep, etc. Sleep walking or talking can be influenced by other concious persons.See 1 more doctor answer
I have been having night terrors lately and also have been scratching to the point of breaking skin in my sleep. What should I do?
My son is 5 months and he wakes up screaming and then goes back to sleep, he will do it 3-4 times a night, could it be night terrors?
I have chronic night terrors they seem to be getting worse and are disrupting my sleep and making me tired I also feel like I have generalised anxiety?
Night terrors: As the first answer noted these can be complex problems that might need a psychiatrist. That said you might look into a drug called prazosin, it's a blood pressure drug that when used in small quantities has helped people to overcome this type of night terror. It was first used in post traumatic stress syndrome.See 1 more doctor answer
Night terrors? My daughter is 2 years old she is constantly having night terrors. She cries sometimes and kicks and is constantly all over the bed? What can I do, because I really feel like she is getting the necessay sleep for a child? Where do night ter
If: If she is consistently waking around 2-3 hours after falling asleep, try going into her room around 1 hour after falling asleep and gently touching her to bring her out of a deep sleep without fully awakening her. This may alter her sleep cycle and help to alleviate the night terrors. Do this for several nights. It may help prevent the night terrors.See 1 more doctor answer
Insomnia: Consult with your doctor to rule out any medical issues. Also confide in those close to you to see if you can discover what is troubling you in your life, you are likely trying to resolve some difficulty while you sleep, it may be creating frieghtening content. If sleep continues to be disrupted consult a mental health professional who can help you uncover the stressors.
Is it normal for a 2 year old to have "night terrors" at everynap/bed time within 30 minutes of sleep and throughout the whole sleep time? The baby sleeps for 30 minutes, wakesup screaming, goes back to sleep for 30 minutes and wakes up again. It has been
Maybe not: It is not really common or normal for a child to have such frequent episodes as you describe. What does the pediatrician say? You may want to seek out further evaluation with a pediatric neurologist, a child psychiatrist or a developmental pediatrician who can perform some tests just to make sure it's nothing serious.See 2 more doctor answers
My 5 year old daughter has night terrors a couple times a week, and screams in her sleep. Any ideas as to why?
Speak to doctor: Some children have night terrors which pass with time. Obviously, a more detailed history of your daughter would be necessary in order to determine if there could be anything triggering these or if they are likely to pass. Have to spoken to her pediatrician about the problem?See 1 more doctor answer
I'm screaming very loud in my sleep but can't remember this in the morning. They called it night terrors but why do I have it?
No single cause: Night terrors can occur if the sufferer does not eat a proper diet, get the appropriate amount or quality of sleep (e.g. Sleep apnea), is enduring stressful events in their life or if they remain untreated. Adult night terrors often respond to treatments to rectify causes of poor quality or quantity of sleep. There is no scientific evidence of a link between night terrors and mental illness.See 1 more doctor answer
Having sleep paralysis and night terrors when I wake up in the morning and having hallucinations while awake. What can help treat this?
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