Many factors are thought to contribute to the occurrence of night terrors. Fatigue, frustration and psychological stress is another area that could otherwise be a factor originators. Therefore, do not try to prevent the child is too tired or experiencing excessive stress. Remember, your child can also be stressful.
So, what to do then?
Before answering this question, it might be worthwhile for a little calm your feelings. Keep in mind, though it seems daunting, this situation was not dangerous. However, if this happens too often, it is better if you take the time to consult with a doctor. One more thing, night terrors typically occurs in children aged between 3 and 5 years. After the toddler period, night terrors have generally subsided. It is associated with brain development and maturity of the child sleep patterns.
So, what to do now? First of all is to remain calm. Panic will not solve the problem even enlarging it. Once again keep in mind that the real child is still asleep. No need to wake her. That need to be taken care of is that children do not get injured. Why? Because children who experience night terrors may be got out of bed and ran in the room. If there are dangerous objects in the room, can certainly hurt our baby. Hold the child gently, do not shake him to wake. It would instead cause fear of children when he woke up.
Second, do not make the child too tired, upset or stressed. Kindergarten children are forced to study too hard because the parents want the “best” for their children can experience severe stress. This is one example of stress in children. Therefore, let’s make that world a beautiful child into the world and where he feels comfortable learning is not a burden but as an exciting game.