Pediatric – Nighttime fears
Nighttime fears occur as a result of fantasy-reality confusion. Your child’s fears may be related to anything real or imaginary and this may disrupt your sleep. Fears typically change over time as the child matures. Your child’s disrupted sleep may lead to daytime sleepiness, moodiness, behavioral problems (i.e., aggression and hyperactivity), and learning problems at school. Complete this questionnaire to see what symptoms are associated with this condition.
Information/results provided by the questionnaire are provided for educational purposes only and do not replace the diagnosis and treatment of a qualified medical provider.