NIGHTMARES EXPLAINED ,SYMPTOMS SOLUTIONS AND PREVENTION

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NIGHTMARES ,SYMPTOMS SOLUTIONS AND PREVENTION

Nightmares

Nightmares are dreams that cause an unpleasant, emotional feeling where you wake up from. Unlike night fear you are immediately fully awake and can still remember many of the dream. Strictly speaking, a nightmare not a sleep disorder, they are only a disorder if they are so common and is disturbed by such intension to sleep. Eventually, they can suffer that someone is afraid to go to sleep, including insomnia is a consequence.

Nightmares symptoms

Nightmares is you usually wake up and often have to do with fear, something scary, a sense of pain, falling, drowning or dying. They are usually later in the night and take place during REM sleep or light sleep. Unlike night anxiety nightmares spend very little physical symptoms along with it. Only your heart rate and breathing can be a little elevated.

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Healthy sleep begins with your attitude

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Healthy sleep begins with your attitude

Adjust your sleeping posture and prevent complaints

Headaches or pain in your back when standing? Complaints of head, neck and spine can be caused by a poor sleeping posture. With the right support mattress and pillow you sleep a lot better. An attitude to look for different things.

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Why does my daughter sleep so badly?

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Why does my daughter sleep so badly?

I have a daughter nearly three years. And we have long been problems with sleeping. We tried a few things, but to no avail so far. Now she recently helped her adenoids. We thought this could be another reason, but this has not helped. They often wake up or go to sleep, but it does not seem really normal that they so often wakes. In the morning she often asked awake; at around 6:00 pm. And she can not even really quiet yet come lie with me. She was immediately very busy (Jump / roll / run). You can see in her eyes that she’s lost sleep. She always looks very pale and her eyes among all those blue veins through.

It has always been an active child. In her behavior during the day, I doubt whether it all is normal. So I can be very difficult to penetrate her. Then ask / I say something and they do not seem to hear me. They sometimes play her so excited that she pushes others or bites from scratch.

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Does My son sleep longer with melatonin?

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My son sleep longer with melatonin?

My son is seven very busy day. I feel that he has trouble concentrating because he sleeps too short. He woke up early and I think sometimes awake at night. Would a sedative with melatonin to help him sleep longer? Monique

, pediatrician

Especially busy children often have trouble sleeping. It mainly involves falling asleep, that just will not work. To fall asleep needed some rest and maybe if your son it helps all to sleep calmer to do.

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MY CHILD WILL NOT SLEEP!

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MY CHILD WILL NOT SLEEP!

My daughter of 6 years sleep really badly all her life. put to bed is a drama, despite a solid bedtime ritual. At night they secretly crawling on my husband and me in bed. Her sister 3 However, this constitutes just sleep. She has had a crooked nekwerveltje and the delivery was very difficult. Would it have anything to do with it? M. VaL

pediatrician

Sleep problems in children are common, and in rare cases physical causes play a role. Of course children can sometimes be ill, an ear infection have, or are busy in their head. But that lasts for weeks and can always be traced back easily. Childbirth or the cervical spine will not be the cause.

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Can my 3 year old Have a sleeping pill?

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Can my 3 year old have a sleeping pill?

I have a son of three years and he sleeps all little from birth. You might say that you do during the day should notice him, but during the day he is very active. He goes in the evening at 7 o’clock to bed and then have his lamp remain otherwise he screams all together, because he is very afraid of the dark. So I do half an hour later when he sleeps his light. Usually it is at night several times wake up crying.

It’s all very exhausting for us. Especially since it is already three years is so. Now I hear of acquaintances different opinions. Some say it’s up to his bedroom, which is very small and quite dark. Others say that it is a period that would help a sleeping pill. But may I give a little one or a sleeping pill?

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Is your child afraid of the dark? Ways to overcome fear

Is your child afraid of the dark?

Ways to overcome fear

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Is your child afraid of the dark?

Ways to overcome fear

  Many children are afraid of the dark. Unfamiliar sounds, the anxiety can lead to sleepless nights of sleep bad for samples or much tension. Fortunately there are many ways to reduce the anxiety or eliminate.

Small solutions can quickly provide a better night’s sleep for your baby. For example, consider this:

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MY TODDLER HAS NIGHT TERRORS…!

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Toddler with night terrors

My son of 14 months each night to sleep properly at 18.30. But an hour or 23.00 he wakes up in a panic. He cries and screams then very hard and does not seem to see us. We can not even comfort him, he does not respond to what we do or say. We then wait until it passes. Then he sleeps again just by up to 7.00. He seems not to remember, but it does not seem good for him and for us it is very nasty. What can we do about this?

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