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What Is The Best Treatment For Night Terrors
It can happen: Sleep terrors are period of awakenings described by others as intense. Patients usually yell, scream, look frightened and are unable to be consoled. Almost all cases happen in young children. If you can recall these events they are less likely sleep terrors and probably something else. What that is requires a good assessment and maybe a sleep study if it is causing problems. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Night terrors is a sleep condition that most often occurs in kids 3 to 12 years of age. Kids will often wake up suddenly terrified, screaming, and exhibiting signs of fight or flight such as rapid heart beat and sweating. Night terrors are different than nightmares or bad dreams in that night terrors are not dreams (which by definition occur in REM sleep) and kids will not remember ...Read more
Child will grow out: Unfortunately there is no particular treatment for night terrors, children usually grow out of it. It occurs in about six % of children between ages 3 to 12. Sleep hygiene, comfort of the child during the day should help. Parents of the child end suffering with sleep disturbance. Keep faith your child will grow out of it. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What can I use to help with my night terrors that will not cause my BP to keep dropping while i continue to work in therapy?
See your PCP : Please check with your pcp as this not enough information to advise you. ...Read more
My 15 month old son appears to be having night terrors occasionally. What is the best way to handle night terrors? Is there any prevention techniques?
See Your Doctor: Sleep Terrors=intense arousal state of confusion, fear, agitation, sweating, rapid HR/breathing, & more. Common in pre-school/school ages. (3 yr olds & up). Child is unresponsive to comforting, may not recognize parent, has no recollection after awakens. Attempts to wake child can prolong event. Precipitated by stress, inadequate sleep, & more. Due to child's age, see doctor for correct diagnosis. ...Read more
Best medication(s) for anxiety and panic attacks mainly in sleep, suffering from night terrors and sleep paralysis causing hours of lost sleep and sleep deprivation and added increased anxiety etc ?
Psychotherapy?: Have you yet tried any form of psychotherapy? Typically, the optimal combination of things to treat emotional issues such as anxietyor depression is medication (which, on your best day, is supposed to take the edge off symptoms) but the real gruntwork takes place in psychotherapist's consulting room. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Best medication(s) for anxiety and panic attacks mainly in sleep, suffering from night terrors and sleep paralysis causing hours of lost sleep and sleep deprivation and added increased anxiety etc
Night terrors: From experience teaching Planned Dream Intervention to over 35,000 people world-wide, I most strongly recommend learning this skill over any medication. When you have disturbing experiences you are going to have unusual or frightening content in your dreams but there is no validity to dream interpretation. My No More Nightmares class teaches clients how to sleep through their dreams-without drugs! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Many answers: You may be experiencing panic attacks, and could be of value to track down etiology. Many medications can help, such as xanax, but you would be best served by having your doctor evaluate all of this and designing a treatment program. Success is readily available with appropriate interventions. ...Read more
I'm 17 and female I had a panic attack 3 weeks ago and I have been anxious about it and I have been feeling DP! And night terrors what's going on?!
Find a therapist: Before you go any further into self-diagnosis, get a real evaluation. Your part is to provide accurate, honest answers to an experienced therapist. They will consider the probable conditions and offer a treatment plan. Hopefully, it will not merely be a pill. It may include that, but it is best for you to learn how to manage your life and understand yourself. It can get better w/ help. ...Read more
9 year old boy snores very loudly and has night terrors what can we do to reduce his snoring and nightterrors?
Consider ENT: Tonsillar and adenoidal hypertrophy can cause snoring in a nine year old child. Snoring in any child is not an acceptable situation as it suggests airway obstructive breathing and/or OSA at night which leads to non-restorative and restless sleep, excessive daytime sleepiness, behavioral symptoms resembling ADHD and nightmares or night terrors. It can contribute to fatigue and excessive weight. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
What to do if I have night terrors now due to waking up on the table and also nerve damage is there anything I can do about this!?
Anxiety: is state of tension, apprehension, worry, uneasiness or fear. It may be related to anticipated danger or arise for no apparent reason. While mild episodes of anxiety are common and do not usually require treatment, more severe forms can be chronic and debilitating. See your PCP for evaluation and referral. ...Read more
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