Sleep issuesParenting
Night terrors and nightmares are different. They happen at different stages of sleep and warrant different reactions from parents.So, what exactly happens and what should parents do about them?

Night Terrors

What happens during a night terror?When a child has a night terror, he might suddenly start screaming, thrashing around in his bed or even running through the house. He will appear anxious and frightened, his eyes will be wide open, he might be sweating, his heart-rate will be fast and for the duration of the arousal, he will be inconsolable.
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