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  • Welcome back to another creepy video.

  • Now, today's video we're gonna be talking about something very, very intense and scary and very real.

  • We're gonna be talking about night night tears are sleep disorder causing feeling of terror or dread.

  • And they typically occur in the first hours of stage three to force Lee.

  • Now, when a person gets a night terror, they suddenly wake up in the middle of the night and they're screaming.

  • They're also usually sweating.

  • They're confused, they're heart rate is going crazy.

  • And they could be thrashing around their limbs and punching and swinging and nothing.

  • But while this is happening, they're still asleep.

  • And then the next day, they have no memory.

  • Now, most times their eyes are open.

  • So it seems like they're awake, but they're not.

  • And if you try to wake them up while they're having a night terror, that can be incredibly dangerous.

  • Night terrors are extremely scary.

  • Very fascinating.

  • I mean, they've made countless numbers of movies about them even have a video game where it shows you what it's like to be.

  • Oh, now, one of the common misconceptions is that night tears and nightmares are the same thing.

  • They are incredibly.

  • Now A night mayor happens when you're deep in sleep like you're in the realm cycle of sleep.

  • And yes, you can wake up screaming but usually remember the whole dream, or at least part of it.

  • And when you wake up, you're fully awake now a night terror is literally the exact opposite.

  • You don't remember your dream.

  • You are not fully awake when you wake up and you can have a full on panic attack.

  • Now, 90 years usually occur very often with kids.

  • Kids are such efficient sleepers.

  • They get stuck in sleep.

  • Their body wakes up in their mind, is still fast asleep.

  • Now you're the parent of a kid who has 90 years.

  • It could get really.

  • At that point, she will acknowledge that I'm there and start yelling at me something to the effect of Leave me alone way charge at me.

  • Sometimes she's swung at me.

  • She has spit at me.

  • She's doing this all while very cognizant of her surroundings and aware that you're there, seems as though she's awake.

  • I mean, not only is it dangerous because your kid could like swing hit you, but it's also just really, really intense seeing your child screaming and freaking out terror.

  • And you can do Now.

  • There is a few ways to help kids were having night terrors.

  • Usually they occur around the same time every night, usually 1 to 2 hours after the kid goes to sleep.

  • So if you're the parent or the older brother, go into the kid's room and wake him up.

  • Now, if you wake him up and then they go back to sleep, they probably won't happen now.

  • Like I said earlier, a lot of kids grow out of this.

  • Sometimes they don't and sometimes adults who never had his kids can start getting them later.

  • In life, When you're an adult, they get even more.

  • It's in this home video.

  • A Japanese man makes the ritual moves of a samurai warrior stabbing his imaginary opponent than finishing him off with a flourish.

  • All this time, the man is sound asleep now, another problem that comes with being an adult is what if you have a spouse?

  • And what if you're having a night here, right next to them in their sleep?

  • I mean, what if you start getting violent, arms flailing and you start moving around, your limbs get really scary.

  • This man acts out his dreams.

  • One patient like him tied himself to the bedpost each night to prevent himself from attacking his wife.

  • Now, the reason why people have night terrors is still kind of unknown.

  • I mean, scientists know exactly why we have nightmares.

  • It could be triggered by stress or medication or spicy food.

  • And if you avoid some of those things and you probably want, But they have done countless amounts of sleep study on people who have night terrors.

  • They tried everything they can to see exactly why they happen, and they've only come up with a few reasons.

  • Usually involves people who have anxiety disorders.

  • PTSD.

  • Now, of course, there is ways to control them therapy medication, but it is still very, very scary Now.

  • That was a clip from a movie of somebody having a night here.

  • But it's not that different life.

  • In some cases, it's worse and a lot of people like to film.

  • Set up a camera while they're sleeping because they want to see exactly what they're doing.

  • Just check out this clip that this woman filmed of herself and this one isn't her, like, screaming or throwing her body around.

  • It's just her waking up.

  • Just don't look on her face.

  • Just just watch.

  • Oh, the fucking face.

  • That was like a scary movie.

  • Oh my God, I have that face that image for ever Now sometimes people who are having night terrors can also sleep.

  • Walk on This guy filmed his roommate sleepwalking having night tonight.

  • Oh, God, it's so creepy to see just walking around this apartment as if he's awake and then just I'm setting up the camera to see it for Andy sleepwalking because I think he is, he says.

  • It's not so it's gonna leave the camera running to find out, so we'll see.

  • I know just seeing him, like, walk out the door like what If I was that guy and my roommate showed me a video of me just like sleepwalking and leaving the house, you would have to, like, strap me to my bed at night.

  • Now this one guy put up a recording of his girlfriend having a 19 and it is so intense.

  • So I'm just warning you if you are triggered by the sound of very intense screaming that Hello, everybody.

  • This is cancelled here.

  • I just wanted to make this video Really, for purposes of education.

  • This is what I've noticed from living with being in a relationship with someone that has night terrorists.

  • Imagine the neighbors, although it is scary that the neighbors haven't questioned it yet like high What the fuck?

  • So now that we've shown some clips of night terrors talked about what they are, I thought it might be interesting to interview somebody who has had a very intense history with guys might remember.

  • A few weeks ago, I interviewed a girl named Cat who had a very, very scary experience with anesthesia awareness.

  • And she told us the story of what happened when the doctor was doing surgery on her while she was actually a week now.

  • That experience was so traumatic that actually gave her PTSD that she had stopped going to therapy on the PTSD is kind of what triggered her having 19 years and some of the experiences that she's had.

  • Okay, Cat, you are back.

  • Thank you so much for doing this interview.

  • Now, you have had some very intense night tears.

  • I've seen a lot of your videos.

  • You've done a story time on one of them where you tried to beat up your boyfriend.

  • It was very intense.

  • Yeah.

  • Yeah, well, he's my husband now, so I mean, he survived, right?

  • The's day.

  • So you were talking about the fact that your nightmare started after your anesthesia awareness experience, right?

  • Yes.

  • I didn't sleepwalk as a child, so I think I probably just have a propensity to have sleep disorders in general.

  • But the night terrors didn't start until the PTSD from the anesthesia awareness, which was really traumatic experience.

  • So can you explain the feeling of a 19 year?

  • I kind of, like walk us through?

  • One of your experience is the first really intense and painful experience.

  • I have the night ear waas.

  • I woke up and I was on the floor and I was in a lot of pain, and my husband was trying to wake me up, apparently, and I don't actually remember anything about the night terrors themselves 99% of the time.

  • So I just woke up.

  • My heart was racing.

  • I was.

  • I have never felt so scared in my entire life.

  • And he was just trying to reassure me.

  • Get back into bed and, you know, check me for injuries.

  • And most of my accounts of my night terrors are second hand for him and what he remembers.

  • So he woke up and he said it looked like I was being dragged out of bed, that my son was about two feet from the wall and he said It looked like I was on my way back.

  • And then I slammed into the wall so hard that I left a dent in the drive.

  • All why?

  • I broke two rooms and then fell to the floor and then was trying to claw my way underneath my nightstand, I guess.

  • And he said it took him probably about two minutes to wake me up, right?

  • That writer and I was screaming, and the only thing I actually remember from before I woke up was the sound of my screens.

  • I didn't even know that he wants those sorts of noises.

  • They were like It was just like someone was being murdered.

  • And this was when we had just moved to the area from near Sacramento.

  • So we're renting a room from my hands and she said she woke up cuter of the screens and she thought I was being murdered.

  • What else is saying You had one night here that you talked about your story time where you tried to jump out of your window?

  • Yeah, that was that was in the same house we were still renting from my aunt at that point, and my husband woke up and it was right when I, like, stood on the bed and left to the widow and I smacked my face wouldn't be so hard that I woke up and I woke up and I have no idea what was happening.

  • Like I thought the person had done something.

  • I was like, What the hell just happened?

  • He was like, I think you just tried to jump out the window, which is kind of terrifying, but I monkey I didn't break anything that time.

  • I jammed the finger and that was people.

  • But that one wasn't so bad.

  • It wasn't as bad as like the time full on attack in my sleep.

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  • So how do you get rid of them?

  • Have you got rid of them?

  • Do you still have to stay up all night?

  • I try on stress.

  • I sleep with a mask because we found that if there's any light in the room, that tends to trigger them.

  • So I guess maybe I'm opening my eyes in my sleep and seeing this and then imagining it's something else, and most of the time my husband could wake me up before night terrors.

  • It's too bad.

  • So a lot of terms I would have one where I would just sit up in bed and most the time.

  • I think there's an animal in the world and I see, like, nine times out of 10 I would sit up and yell, What the fuck is that?

  • What the fuck is that?

  • You feel like it's the laundry basket and I'd be really insistent, like No, that's not That's not It seems You have to wake me up.

  • No, get well, we'll please stay safe.

  • Keep all your windows closed on.

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  • Guys, if you want to see the whole story time she did.

  • It was intense about her nightmares Link down there.

  • Check it out.

  • What other fucked up shit has happened to you?

  • I feel like I could do a whole series just on you.

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  • All right, well, stay safe There.

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