night terrors

A baby sleeps in its mother's arms. (credit: Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images)

Study: Kids Suffering From ‘Night Terrors’ More Likely To Sleepwalk

Children who suffer from “night terrors” may be more likely to sleepwalk, a new study finds.


English study finds children with frequent nightmares or night terrors are more likely to suffer psychotic episodes as adults. (Getty Images)

Kids’ Nightmares Linked To Adult Psychoses

Children who experience frequent nightmares and terrors are more likely to suffer hallucinations and delusions as adults.