The next type of parasomnia is sleep walking, someone seems to be awake and moving around but is actually your child asleep. They have no memory of their actions. Sleep walking or known as sleepwalking occurs most often during 3 and 4 sleep early at night. Parasomnia then is sleep talk, which is sleep-wake transition disorder. Although usually harmless, sleep talking can be disturbing to those who witness it. Talks that occur during sleep can be brief and involve simple sounds, or can be lengthy stories.
Children who talk during sleep usually don’t remember their actions. Sleep talking can be caused by external factors, including fever, emotional stress or other sleep disorders. There are many other types of parasomnia that may occur in your child, including confusional Arousals, which usually occurs when a person wakes up from a deep sleep during the first part of the night.
Here are ways you can treat parasomnia in children so that they will still feel comfortable and have quality sleep:
1. You can ensure that your child sleeps enough not too late or too much time sleeping. You can make your child sleep in peace by reading some fun openings.
2. If your child wakes up due to some disturbance caused by parasomnia, then you can invite him to go back to sleep by avoiding sounds or movements that make him noisy so that he is even more afraid.
3. For children with parasomnias, the most common thing is to remember that this is influenced by the previous child’s emotions, one of which is disturbed sleep due to the health condition of your child. Avoid some pressure or feeling of anxiety in the child to avoid it.
4. For those of you who often find your child doing sleep walking, you should be aware that this is related to the safety of your child outside of their consciousness, maybe they can do a number of things that injure their body so that you are encouraged to sleep relaxed, your child has a regular sleep schedule, minimize light. As for when your child is doing sleep walking, immediately wake up in a subtle way without injuring him.
5. Grinding of teeth is a common problem experienced by children when sleeping. This is due to stress or dental problems.