It is a pity that you did not include your daughter's weight in your letter as this would help to decide about the severity of her eating problem. She obviously is not eating at all well. She is rather 'old' to still be having night terrors which are more common in younger children. Is she unhappy at school or is there something that is worrying her that you are aware about. Speak to her teacher and try to find out how she is getting on at school and if she has friends there.Many children of this age stop taking afternoon naps so I am not concerned about this.
You can try an appetite stimulant called Longifene syrup. Speak to your pharmacist.
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