A 2014 study published in the British Journal of Psychiatry found that persistent nightmares in childhood could be linked to mental health disorders later in life , according to Science Daily. The study asked parents to file reports about their child’s nightmare behaviors from age 2 to 9 and then interviewed those children when they were 12 and 18. Researchers found that at age 12, one in four children had experienced nightmares in the last six months.
The problem all children experience that could lead to mental health disorders
by Research Team | Jun 1, 2015 | Health News | 0 comments