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Dream Interpretation Rocking A Baby To Sleep
You should ask her: It is difficult to answer this by computer. You should address this directly with the counselor and seek a second opinion if you feel one is needed. ...Read more
What is the best way to train a baby (1yo) to fall asleep again in his crib when waking up at night?
Start of right: Babies do not understand sleep like an adult.They drift into sleep like you would in a boring lecture. If you lay baby down awake but tired &read to him from a distance, he can start the night off alone, like he will be @ 3am. Once he knows how to go down on his own, you can check on him in 5-10 min intervals until he resettles.He may just have some separation anxiety & need to know things are ok. ...Read more
Can you tell me how is a sleep deprived EEG different from regular EEG (other than the obvious sleep deprivation)?
No, it is not safe!: Infants should not sleep in "Baby Swings", or "Rock n' Play" by Fisher Price. The best way to prevent "Sudden Infant Death Syndrome" is to place infants on their back, which also encourages normal physical and motor development. They should sleep on a firm, flat surface. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Feeling refreshed?: I don't think there is such a research study to show which one is better. I believe that if you feel refreshed upon waking up, that suggests you just had a good sleep regardless of no dream, little dream, or lots of dreams. My guess is a little dream is common and thus normal part of being human. Eat well, exercise regularly. Of course, good sleep is good medicine. See doc regularly. Good luck. ...Read more
Loaded question: Why do you ask? If an 80+ year old wanted to take his/her baby blanket with them to bed i wouldn't care or stop them. Kids usually give up these comfort things when they begin to sense peer pressure at school age.I do not recommend taking them from the child, ever! a kid should be provided his/her own space to decide what comforts them.Adults can be creative in finding ways for kid to give it up. ...Read more
24wk baby with virus & fever sleeping 4 hours? He stirs when i try to wake him, falls back to sleep or only awake for a short time? Drinking half feed
Sleep apnea: If your bed partner snores that loudly then there is a high probability that he has underlying sleep apnea. Approximately 65-75% of individuals that snore actually have some level of sleep apnea. As a result of the increased risk of cardiovascular disease associated with sleep apnea it is something that he should be evaluated for. Successful treatment of osa with CPAP will also treat snoring. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
How to sleep after seeing a death? Falling to sleep is a struggle i don't have nightmares, just cannot naturally fall to sleep
You might consider: Therapy to help work through this. Use good sleep hygiene. Retire ; rise same time each day. Keep bedroom dark ; cool ; use only for sex ; sleep. Turn off tv. No naps. Exercise regularly but not in late evening. No caffeine for 6 hrs ; no alcohol or tobacco w/i 2 hrs of sleep. Keep dinner moderate sized ; finish at least 2 to 3 hrs before sleep. Can try warm milk, chamomile tea or melatonin. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Sleep: It's worth a try! you should notice a difference after you have started listening to them. Then you'lll know for sure. ...Read more
My girl baby 4yrs. wakes up in sleep with nausea and does not responds verbally. She is able to stand voluntarily and resist us. Vitals, EEG normal.
Likely night terror: By definition, a kid will not awake easily during a night terror and will not remember having one. If you grab, hold, shake etc. You will likely scare them if they wake. Most NT are brief, lasting 5+/- min & the kid settles, awakes later refreshed with no recollection of the event. If a light touch does not waken the kid, it is not a nightmare.Better sleep can usually end the problem. ...Read more
6 wk old extreme difficulty sleeping. Won't sleep in crib, swing, car, or swaddled. Please help it takes us hours before she finally falls asleep.
It can be tough: Make time approaching sleep time calm and quiet. Don't feed, overstimulate, have tickles and then expect the child to just shut down and go to sleep. Won't happen. Dont respond instantly so they learn to lull themselves to sleep. Let them figure it out without a lot of interference from you. Google My newborn won't sleep. Lots of really good info from multiple sources like Parents.com. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Mom can't sleep at night even after hard work.Sometimes dreams at midnight and speaks unmeaningful in dream.How to get rid of?Reason for lack of sleep
Insomnia: Your mom needs to be seen by a sleep specialist. Does she have difficulty falling asleep or maintaining sleep. If she dreams at midnight it could be non rem sleep behavior which is called parasomnias, that is sleep talking akin to sleep walking. Hope she does not act out her dreams. Causes of insomnia are many and includes anxiety, depression, panic attacks, circadian rhythm disorder etc. ...Read more
Talk to pediatrician: The best thing to do is to talk to your pediatrician about this. There are different philosophies about blankets. Somewhere between 12 and 24 months is generally accepted. Your doctor will be more specific for your baby. ...Read more
Getup 1hour after sleep with fear,sweating,shaking,reality confusion,walking aimlessly then hardly remember.panic attacks or sleep terrors?what to do?
Fall asleep against my will. short dream sequences & wake up again.Impossible to maintain full alertness.Today 2 times walking not to fall asleep.why?
Need to see doctor: There are many causes for impaired sleep. You may have something like sleep apnea. There is no way to sort this out without seeing your doctor. You need to tell your doctor all of your symptoms. It would help for you to keep a journal for a week with your sleep problems and your daytime symptoms. Take this when you see your doctor. You may need a sleep study. ...Read more
88 yr old mother with dementia is more alert & talkative when she's sleep deprived. Is there a reason?
Activating effect: Sleep deprivation has a well characterized mood elevating quality as well as a capacity for changing behavior in ways that you may not predict. For example, if the inhibiting effect of the frontal lobe and higher brain centers is compromised in the context of sleep deprivation an individual with dementia may become more disinhibited and impulsive and could even lead to hyperactivity. Stay safe! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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