Npepper1 is a student at the University of Oregon with a major in Pre Education.
When it comes to Night Terrors, a person can often feel the sense of fear by seeing or feeling a vague image like spiders or snakes. I have expertise with this topic from personal experience and doing a research project on the topic in high school. Night Terrors []
When I was young I was diagnosed with Attention Deficit Disorder. I've done a project on the topic and have researched it thoroughly because it is an interest to me. Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder []
I graduated from Lakeridge High School in Lake Oswego, Oregon in June of 2007. From my four years at Lakeridge I played Lacrosse, Basketball, did Link Crew and was enrolled in Choir. Lakeridge High School []
In the fall of 2007 I joined the female fraternity of Pi Beta Phi, Oregon Alpha Chapter (located at the University of Oregon). Pi Beta Phi was founded on April 28th, 1867 at Monmouth College in Monmouth, Illinois. The colors are wine and silver blue and our philanthropy is Children's literacy. Pi Beta Phi ]
I chose the Night Terrors [] page to edit because from personal experience and through research I know a lot about them. The part I would add to this article is just an extension to the part called "Night terrors versus nightmares." It says that "Usually there is no situation or event (scary or otherwise) that is dreamt, but rather the emotion of fear itself is felt. Often, this is coupled with tension and apprehension without any distinct sounds or visual imagery, although sometimes a vague object of fear is identified by the sufferer." To add to that I would put that the sense of fear a person can feel is often a vague object like a spider or a snake, something that is dark and would crawl []