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Are night terrors linked to hormone levels?

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Dr. Glen Elliott
Pediatrics - Psychiatry
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In brief: Probably not

Night terrors occur most commonly in toddlers, and no association with hormones has been suggested.
Onset of night terrors in adults may merit a work-up for hormonal changes such as hyperthyroidism or changes associated with menopause.

In brief: Probably not

Night terrors occur most commonly in toddlers, and no association with hormones has been suggested.
Onset of night terrors in adults may merit a work-up for hormonal changes such as hyperthyroidism or changes associated with menopause.
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