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3.4. What are night terrors?




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This article is from the Dreaming FAQ, by "Lars Rune Foleide" larsrune@sf.telia.no .

3.4. What are night terrors?

Night terrors are nightmare-like attacks that occur during non-REM
sleep which often involve movement and screaming. Those experiencing
them usually have no dream recall or recollection of the
experience. Young children, about 2% of them, mostly experience
this. It occurs usually within two hours after going to bed. A good
way of relieving these experiences is finding out when these terrors
occur, and then set the alarm clock to 15 minutes before the terrors
start. Do this the rest of the night, for seven days. In most cases
does the terrors stop. If they start again, then do the program once
more.


 

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