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A pair of hands from under my bed was trgying to pull me out of bed.husband says i was screaming and wouldnt open my eyes

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Sleep terrors are episodes of screaming, intense fear and flailing while still asleep. Also known as night terrors, sleep terrors often are paired with sleepwalking. Like sleepwalking, sleep terrors are considered a parasomnia - an undesired occurrence during sleep.Mar 9, 2018

Sleep terrors (night terrors) - Symptoms and causes - Mayo Clinic


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