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When putting your daughter to bed at night, make sure that the environment is very comfortable and relaxed. You may want to stay in the room with her for a while if she states that she is afraid. Leave immediately when she is almost asleep or asleep. Do not sleep in the same bed with her. This will be an extremely difficult habit to break. Additionally, you may want to read her a bedtime story..something really happy and exciting like one of the Disney stories. Your daughter needs to have as many positive thoughts in her mind before she goes to sleep. Tell her that you love her constantly around bedtime. You can even have her draw a picture of something fun that she likes to do. The purpose of all of these activities is to relieve her of any negative sensations that she may be experiencing. If the night terrors become worse and she begins to wake up in a state of panic and anxiety, then I would suggest a visit to her pediatrician. There may be underlying causes.
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If she is truly having a night terror, do not awaken her. Unless she is in danger of physically hurting herself, do not physically comfort her. Just speak to her calmly. Wait for the storm to pass. No one really knows what causes night terrors and there is no definite way to prevent them. Make sure that she is on a regular sleep schedule and is getting enough rest. Night terrors do not mean that your daughter has a psychological problem. She may be suffering from sleep problems like erratic sleep, insufficient sleep, or even sleep apnea. You may want to contact her pediatrician if this continues.
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