Night Terrors: We must devote more time to evaluate!
Night Terrors are believed by most to be a sleeping disorder. Basically, what they are is a person in the deepest level of sleep or (REM) Rapid Eye Movement, that suddenly wakes up in the middle of the night, usually jumping into an upright position in bed and screaming with fear. The individual will be filled with fear and shock. In many of these cases those that suffer from night terrors will not remember what it was that they dreamed of or what it was that frightened them. Many will not even remember waking up in the middle of the night. Night terrors mostly happen to very young children between the ages of 2 and 6 years old but can happen to anyone, at any time, at any age that’s right even adults. If this is a regular occurrence parents must seek out qualified medical advice get a complete medical and mental evaluation on anyone experiencing such paranormal situations….
There is not a whole lot that is understood about night terrors at this point in time. It is because the child is in the deepest stage of sleep that causes them to be unable to remember what it was they experienced that frightened them. When arising from a night terror however, the victim will sometimes see what their doctors will call hallucinations, but it may in fact be apparitions. These apparitions have been of human figures, animals, and other things of a freighting nature.
Apparitions taking place right after a night terror is one of the clues that might link Night Terrors, or sleep apnea, to being supernaturally induced. People usually see apparitions and in these incidents such as haunted buildings, grave yards, battles fields, at one’s death-bed, seances, and so on. It is true that they can be seen in other places as well but it’s much less common. These are also reactions people can have to environmental toxins and certain types of seizures that may cause these symptoms, you must insure that all potential natural causes are explored…..
Then secondly, It seems strange that most night terrors happen to young children. It is believed by many that children are able to see ghosts and other spiritual beings much easier, and more often that adults do. The older the child gets, the more that ability fades away, just as night terrors do. Doesn’t it make sense that the younger a child is, the more likely he or she is of having spiritual attacks like what might be a Night Terror? It also seems to make sense that those very adults that suffer from night terrors may also be those adults that were fortunate not to lose their spiritual sensitivity unlike most of us that are basically brain washed at a young age by our parents that it’s just our imagination and nothing else.
It wasn’t until recently that I discovered what night terrors were all about. In 2008 I received an email from a someone who was very familiar with night terrors. They told me that her son, her brother’s son separated by 6 year’s, all experienced night terrors around the age of 4 or 5. Since they are all different ages in different homes so how could these children have the same night terrors happened at different years for each of them. What she told me next was what really caught my attention and the suspicion that night terrors may be induced by an outside, paranormal force in some incidents. Each one of them described to her seeing a man with white hair, “ugly teeth” he was tall and very thin as they described him, and would carry a knife as he chased them. Not one knew what the other has said to her. It seems more than coincidental that 2 males of all different ages, when at the age of 4 or 5 years old would see the exact same entity during their night terrors.
If Night Terrors are in fact paranormal and are induced by malevolent entities, they are surely negative spirits. They target the young because their minds are the easiest to connect with due to their sensitivity, and perhaps it is also because they are the easiest to frighten which seems to be the purpose of a Night Terror. I strongly believe that night terrors should be given more attention because they might be much more than we have been told to believe. They may however be caused by exhaustion, and not having a regular sleeping routine. I believe that perhaps a portion of night terrors may be caused by something else and we should not overlook that possibility. If you have strong suspicions that your child’s night terrors are of a paranormal existence it might be a good idea to contact an experienced paranormal team and seek help. I am just saying don’t leave any rock unturned always explore all avenues to be sure when it comes to children.