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What are Nightmares?

Description of the disease

Nightmares are a typical symptom of deep stress or psychological problems that occur during sleep. A person experiences scary, frightening dreams that can be accompanied by physical manifestations such as sweating, rapid heartbeat, and waking up in fear and anxiety.


  • Common nightmares
  • Post-traumatic nightmares
  • Nightmares in mental disorders


  • Scary dreams
  • Sweating and rapid heartbeat during sleep
  • Waking up in fear and anxiety


Psychological trauma, stress, mental disorders, drug or medication use, and some medical conditions can be the cause of nightmares.


The diagnosis of nightmares is based on the patient's description of the dreams and their overall psychological condition.


Treatment may include therapy, medication, stress reduction practices, psychotherapy, and lifestyle changes.


  • Adopting a healthy lifestyle
  • Stress reduction
  • Avoiding drug and alcohol use


A psychiatrist or psychotherapist specializing in sleep and mental disorders.

Note: This material is provided for informational purposes only and is not medical advice.