I am sure that you know all about night terrors by now.Children with night terrors do not get a proper night's rest as they do not enter the REM sleep phase which is so important in the sleep cycle. there is no known treatment for night terrors, but all children grow out of this problem when the are adolescents.One thing you can do is to estimate the time when he is due to have his night terrors and wake him up about 15 minutes before he usually has the night terrors. Let him go to the bathroom and then after a short time of being awake let him go back to bed. Make sure that he does not drink any caffeine-containing drinks during the day such as tea, coffee and colas. Keep the house and especially his bedroom quiet and peacefull at bedtime.
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