Night terrors are more common among children (4 to 12 years old) and a small percentage of the adult population. Sleep terrors can be caused by stress, fever, drugs that have an effect on your brain or central nervous system, and inadequate sleep (sleep deprivation). If all else fails, we recommend you visit a sleep doctor (yes, there is such a thing) for more support around this issue.
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The causes of sleep problems included anxiety, depression, alcoholism, sleep-talking, sleepwalking and teeth-grinding (bruxism). Obviously children won’t be watching these, but this applies to any movies which might be remotely scary for a child. The better the quality of your sleep, the less likely it is for someone to experience sleepwalking or sleep terrors.
Refer to the infographic below which will guide you on the number of sleep hours your body requires for your age.

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Comments Causes for sleepwalking in adults

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    This given that it would be not possible to breathe by means modify sleep.