Sleep Terror Disorder Statistics
(Also Known As: Sleep Disorder Statistics, Pavor Nocturnus Statistics, Incubus Statistics, Sleep Problems Statistics, Nightmare Statistics, Night Terrors Statistics, Night Terror Statistics, Sleep Disorders Insomnia Statistics)
(Reviewed by: Paul Peterson, Licensed Therapist)
Statistics on Sleep Terror Disorder
1% - 6% of children in the United States experience sleep terror disorder at some point of their childhood.
Less than 1% of adults have sleep terror disorder.
Individuals with family history of sleep terror or sleep walking disorder are 10 times more likely to develop the same disorder.
Sleep terror disorder usually begins at 20’s or 30’s in adults.
Sleep terror disorder is most common in children between 3 and 12 years old.
The median age of onset of sleep terror disorder is 3.5.
Peak frequency of sleep terror disorder in children younger than 3.5 years old is at least one episode a week. In older children it occurs with 1 to 2 episodes a month.
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Sleep Terror Disorder Topics
|Dyssomnia – Difficulty Sleeping, Sleep Deprivation, Deprived Quality of Sleep, Insomnia, Lack of Sleep|
|Nightmare Disorder – Dream Anxiety Disorder, Nightmare, Moaning, Slight Body Movement, Alert and Oriented Upon Awakening|
|Parasomnia NOS – Abnormal Movement, Emotions, Behavior, Sleep Awakenings|
|Sleepwalking Disorder – Somnambulism, Walking Asleep, Parasomnia, Sleeping Disorder|