An Overview to sleep disorder in children
in children is a very common ailment that occurs in most children during
the ages between four and eight and the cause of disorder such as parasomnias,
somnambulism, and enuresis is supposed to be related to the immature
central nervous system.
This disorder episodic in nature is considered to be caused due to the immaturity of the central nervous system and it is also considered to be caused due to family history. Night terror is one of the other sleep disorder in children that makes the child to suddenly sit bolt upright and scream. When this happens, the child is inconsolable for up to 30 minutes before relaxing and falling back to sleep. This sleep disorder in children seems to appear around three to eight years of age. This type of disorder is supposed to happen due to stress or fatigue.
Somnambulism called sleepwalking and somniloquy means sleep talking are common sleep disorder in children. Usually both these disorders occur together in a child. When this happens, a child sits up in bed with eyes open but does not actually see anything. Activity caused by this sleep disorder in children ranges from a purposeless restlessness in bed to actual walking through the house. In addition, this sleep disorder in children causes speech to be mumbled and slurred, and rarely intelligible but does not cause any harm and disappears on its own with the growth of children.
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