Seeing and hearing your child in distress can be heartbreaking. What is it and how can you help them?
Dr. Omran: When your child has nightmares, screams and is not responding to you, this is indicative of a night terror. It is best to stay calm and assure your child that everything is o.k. It is important that your child gets at least 10 hours of sleep at night. Usually kids grow out of night terrors, but if the night terror is a real concern for you, you should consult with a sleep specialist.
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