Sleeping Disorders: Night Terrors Reviews
Description:Discussion on sleeping disorders and night terrors.
Newest Review: ... feels like my death. Night terrors are more common in children but they do also affect adults. I'll sit bolt up right in bed with my heart racing and breathing heavily. My husband tells me that I'll often open my eyes and tell him what's wrong but I very rarely remember this. I have also started screaming, clambering across the bed and jumping backwards. I have injured myself a couple of ... more
Customer Sleeping Disorders: Night Terrors Reviews (1)
by - written on 26/09/11 (Very useful, 94 readings)
I've always been a restless sleeper - talking and moving in my sleep but it wasn't until my adult years that I started to get night terrors. The first one I remember was when I was 16 years old and I leaped out of bed and ran straight into the bedroom wall. Night terrors are terrifying for the sufferer and for the person you are sharing a bed with. It is extremely disorientating and difficult to wake up. Some experts say that if you remember the dream then it's not a night terror it's just a nightmare - not everyone agrees with this. I often find that I don't remember the dream just the feeling of being frightened of something. Most of my night terrors ... Read the complete review