Infant sleep disorder - An Overview
sleep disorder is a very common ailment in young infants. Parents need
not worry about the sufferings of the infant due to any type of disorder,
as it diminishes on its own as the infant grows older and it usually
does not need any treatment and medications. However severe cases of
infant sleep disorder will need to be treated properly at the earliest,
else it could cause major side effects in the infant which could last
throughout the rest of its life.
Narcolepsy is an infant sleep disorder that results in uncontrollable attacks of sleep several times a day. This disturbance of sleep can make the child fall asleep while eating, talking or even playing and it causes great difficulty in getting up in the morning, and a tendency to become confused, aggressive or verbally abusive upon waking. Sleepwalking is another infant sleep disorder that involves a child performing activities such as sitting up in bed, walking or doing some inappropriate activities while still asleep.
This disorder is common in children between the ages of four and eight. Sleep terrors is another infant sleep disorder that causes a dreamlike feeling of terror usually experienced just after falling asleep.Delayed sleep phase syndrome is another infant sleep disorder that disturbs the child's sleep during the night and makes the child to feel tired throughout the day. Following a regular bedtime and rise time and remaining awake all day could help provide some relief from this type of infant sleep disorder.
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