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  • Night terror - Wikipedia

    Night terror, also known as sleep terror, is a sleep disorder, causing feelings of terror or dread, and typically occurs during the first hours of stage 3–4 non ...

  • Night Terrors - WebMD

    Your child's night terrors are more common than you think. WebMD provides an overview of this sleep disorder, including symptoms and treatment.

  • Night Terrors - KidsHealth

    A night terror seems similar to a nightmare, but it's far more dramatic. Night terrors can be alarming, but aren't usually cause for concern or a sign of a medical issue.

  • Night Terrors | Definition and Patient Education

    Night terrors are a form of sleep disorder in which a person partially awakens from sleep in a state of terror.

  • Night terrors: Why they happen and what to do about them ...

    Find out what night terrors are, how they differ from nightmares, how you should handle them, and whether you can prevent them.

  • Night Terrors in Children: Causes, Symptoms, Treatments

    WebMD explains night terrors, a sleep disorder in which a child has frequent and recurrent episodes of intense crying and fear during sleep and often can't be woken.

  • Night terrors in children: MedlinePlus Medical Encyclopedia

    Read our article and learn more on MedlinePlus: Night terrors in children

  • What Are Night Terrors? Symptoms in Children & Toddlers

    The sleep disorder of night terrors typically occurs in children aged 3-12 years, with a peak onset in children aged 3½ years. Sleep is divided into 2 categories ...

  • Symptoms - Night Terrors Resource Center

    These are the most common signs and symptoms of night terrors in children. Learn how to tell for sure if your child has night terrors.

  • Night terrors and nightmares - NHS.UK

    Many children experience nightmares and night terrors, but most grow out of them. They don't cause any long-term harm to your child.

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