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Are there any medications that suppress dreams so I don’t' have sleep terrors?
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Dr. Sherin Ibrahim Howett
Internal Medicine - Sleep Medicine
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In brief: Yes
Almost all antidepressant suppress rem sleep with the exception of 3.
Rem is the stage of sleep where dreaming occurs. It's also the stage of sleep we get the most refreshing and restorative sleep. First you should discuss this with your doctor and make sure the night terrors are not side effects of other medications you're already taking.

In brief: Yes
Almost all antidepressant suppress rem sleep with the exception of 3.
Rem is the stage of sleep where dreaming occurs. It's also the stage of sleep we get the most refreshing and restorative sleep. First you should discuss this with your doctor and make sure the night terrors are not side effects of other medications you're already taking.
Dr. Sherin Ibrahim Howett
Dr. Sherin Ibrahim Howett
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Dr. Ravi Chand
Psychiatry
In brief: Sleep
Sleep terrors occur in deepest slow wave sleep and you wouldn't have memory of those, you are probably meaning nightmares, can try rem suppressing meds, talk to your sleep specialist.

In brief: Sleep
Sleep terrors occur in deepest slow wave sleep and you wouldn't have memory of those, you are probably meaning nightmares, can try rem suppressing meds, talk to your sleep specialist.
Dr. Ravi Chand
Dr. Ravi Chand
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