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Nightmare Disorder (aka Sleep Anxiety Disorder)

This disorder is typified by repeated awakenings from sleep with detailed recall of frightening dreams. These dreams are typically vivid and quite extended and usually include threats to survival, security, or self-esteem

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PsychNet-UK Nightmare Disorder Information Sheet - Description, Causation, Treatment, Associated Features, Differential Diagnosis etc.
  307.47 Nightmare Disorder. - DSM 5 proposed revision. Not Rated
  DSM-IV: Nightmare Disorder- Diagnostic criteria for 307.47 Nightmare Disorder. 2/5
Nightmare Disorder - Is a parasomnia. A parasomnia involves undesired events that come along with sleep. Nightmares are disturbing, visual dream sequences that occur in your mind and wake you up from your sleep. 3/5
  Nightmare Disorder Treatments - Nightmare Disorder is most common in young children, and it tends to fade with time. For this reason, many children diagnosed with nightmare disorder are simply not treated at all. 2/5
  Nightmare Disorder Treatments - The sleep disorder called nightmare disorder is also known as dream anxiety disorder. It involves the person suffering from nightmares in which they appear threatened with injury or death in some way. It can lead to the person waking, still in a state of anxiety. Possible causes include mental illnesses or anxiety in the person's life. An Article by Darien Peters. Not Rated
  Nightmares in Adults - When you wake up terrified from a disturbing nightmare, you might think you're the only adult who has them. After all, aren't adults supposed to have outgrown nightmares? WebMD. 3/5
  Sleep Disorder: Nightmares - Nightmares are frightening events for a child and may cause the entire family distress; however, they are sporadic in most children. Nightmare disorder is characterized by repeated episodes of a frightening or unpleasant dream that disrupts the child's sleep. An Article by Kevin P Connelly, DO. Not Rated
Sleep Paralysis, Night Terrors, Nightmares - What causes sleep Up: DreamFAQ Previous: Why do I. Sleep paralysis, night terrors, nightmares. What causes sleep paralysis? What causes..   3/5
Google Scholarly Articles on Nightmare Disorder - Click Here
Wikipedia - Nightmare Disorder - Click Here
Recommended Books    
Banishing Night Terrors and Nightmares
Dreaming and Nightmares, An Issue of Sleep Medicine Clinics
Dreams and Nightmares: The original meaning of dreams

Banishing Night Terrors and Nightmares

Dreaming and Nightmares, An Issue of Sleep Medicine Clinics

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