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Name: Suhana
Country: India
my son refuses to sleep all alone at night because he gets scared to sleep alone at nght.

Name: Bill
Country: USA

Name: Helena
Country: Other
i am portuguese and my 8 years old son suffers from night terrors sometimes one a weak. as his bethroomm is next to mine, i can only understand that he is having a terror because i can hear him crying very low, wile wispering "mam... mam". when i get into his bethroom he is generally sit staring at something, with a horrified look in his face, shaking and cpmpletely wet. can anyone help with some information? it is very scarry to see him in such a trouble and not being able to help him. thanks. my email address is:

Name: Lonni
Country: Canada
what if the child is moaning and screaming and the only way to get them to stop is to wake them? when he is woken he still has to be sat up and the lights turned on to get fully awake, otherwise the nightmare or night terror continues. during these he will grind his teeth as well. help!

Name: Tony
Country: USA
why cant the internet provide any information on the topic of nightmares? i mean it doesnt seem to want to be too specific on what to do about them. does anyone know of a specific web site?

Name: Dad
Country: USA
nightmares and night terrors are two different thing. a child will wake from a bad dream and recall the dream. a child suffering from night terrors will open eyes, walk around, scream or other seemingly awake activities - but is actually still in a deep sleep. the child will not recall the incident when they wake. night terror is a sleeping disorder that can be treated by a pediatrician in extreme cases. usually it occurs in children 3-8 years old and disappears before the child is 9. aside from not remembering the terror, children with night terrors have a lot of trouble waking up in the morning, despite a seemingly full night's sleep. never wake a child having night terrors. comforth them and ease them back to sleep. if it's interfering with your child's health, see your pediatrician or a sleep disorder center at a hospital.

Name: grateful
Country: Other
thank you for your helpful and practical has helped me to see a more sensible way to to deal with these.

Country: USA
my daughter has been waking up for the last week around 3am all week crying and saying she is seeing lights and monkeys and spiders with three eyes and snakes and mice and they are going threw her and whey she turns her light on in her room they disappear but as soon as she turns her light off they come back messing with her she says it dont hurt but she is scared what should i do what can these be or what could this mean sould i get her seen by a doctor please help

Name: Mima
Country: U.S.A.
my 3 1/2 yr old grandaughter slept with me on overnite stay last nite. woke me up often with teeth grinding and deep sobs yet sleeping and no tears. i know some of her stressors but wonder how is this going to affect her over the years. the stressors will not change. thanks for telling me how to cope when it happens again.

Name: Valna
Country: India
monitor child's food. when children overeat, they can get indigestion and have bad dreams.

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