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Sleep Terror Disorder (aka Night Terrors)

When a person awakens from a dream crying or screaming, they may be experiencing sleep terror disorder. Usually the person is difficult to wake-up and the episode may last several minutes.

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  PsychNet-UK Sleep Terror Disorder Information Sheet - Description, Causation, Treatment, Associated Features, Differential Diagnosis etc.
  British Snoring and Sleep Apnoea Association - Is a not-for-profit organisation dedicated to helping snorers and their bed partners improve their sleep, returning them again to peaceful nights together. 3/5
  Night Terror Resource Center - A site dedicated to finding more information on the Sleep Disorder Night Terrors. Site includes links and a message board.   3/5
  Night Terror - Night terrors (sleep terrors) occur during deep sleep, usually during the first third of the night. The cause is unknown but night terrors may be triggered by fever, lack of sleep, or periods of emotional tension, stress, or conflict. 3/5
  Night Terror - Overview - Night terrors (sleep terrors) occur during deep sleep, usually during the first third of the night. The cause is unknown but night terrors may be triggered by fever, lack of sleep, or periods of emotional tension, stress, or conflict. 3/5
  Night Terrors - Sleep disruption in childhood is a common and frequently upsetting occurrence. Sleep terrors are a specific sleep disruption most remarkable for their intensity and anxiety-inducing nature. Most episodes begin within the first 1-2 hours of sleep, during stages 3 and 4 of non–rapid eye movement (REM) sleep and may occur during naps as well. An Article by Mark Anderson, MD. Not Rated
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Psych Central: Sleep Terror Disorder Symptoms - Sleep terror disorder is also known as night terrors. Sleep terror is characterized by the following symptoms that a professional looks for when making a diagnosis for this condition. 4/5
  What Is Sleep Terror Disorder? - Sleep terror disorder, also called night terrors, is a condition marked by waking suddenly and in a frightened state. For example, a person with sleep terror disorder may wake up screaming and feeling both confused and frightened. 3/5
   
Google Google Scholarly Articles on Sleep Terror Disorders - Click Here
Sleep Terror Disorder (aka Night Terrors)
Wiki Wikipedia - Night Terrors Disorders - Click Here
   
   
Recommended Books    
When Children Don't Sleep Well: Therapist Guide: Interventions for pediatric sleep disorders (Treatments That Work)
Solve Your Child's Sleep Problems
Nightmares: The Science and Solution of Those Frightening Visions During Sleep

When Children Don't Sleep Well: Therapist Guide: Interventions for pediatric sleep disorders (Treatments That Work)

Solve Your Child's Sleep Problems

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