What are symptoms of night terrors in children?
In addition to episodes of intense crying and fear during sleep, with difficulty waking the child, symptoms of night terrors may also include:
- Tachycardia (higher heart rate)
- Tachypnea (higher breathing rate)
- Sweating or flushing
Unlike with nightmares, most children don’t recall a dream after a night terror episode, and they usually don’t remember the episode the next morning.
From: Night Terrors Symptoms
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