Night Terrors Directory
Night terrors are not the same as nightmares. With night terrors, it's common to experience intense fear and crying with problems waking up. These can be very frequent occurences. Causes may include stress, fatigue, and medications. Follow the links below to find WebMD's comprehensive coverage about what causes night terrors, what the symptoms are, how to treat them, and much more.
An Overview of Night Terrors
Your child's night terrors are more common than you think. WebMD provides an overview of this sleep disorder, including symptoms and treatment.
Night Terrors: When to See a Doctor
WebMD tells you when you may want to talk to a doctor about your child's night terrors.
Sleep Disorders: Controlling Night Terrors
Learn more from WebMD about night terrors, a temporary condition that affects children.
Night terrors are characterized by frequent and recurrent episodes of intense crying and fear during sleep, with difficulty arousing the child.