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What is a nightmare?

A nightmare is a bad dream that usually involves some imagined danger or threat to the child. Nightmares involve themes that are disturbing and may feature figures such as monsters, ghosts, animals or bad people. Loss of control and fear of injury are common themes in nightmares.
Children do not usually cry out or move around while they are having a nightmare. When the child wakes up, he will calm down and may remember what the dream was about.
Nightmares are different from night terrors. Children with night terrors experience episodes of extreme panic. They are confused and will often cry out and move around. During night terror, waking the child is difficult, and the child usually won’t remember anything. 

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Once you have established your toddler has a slight fever, there are a number of measures you can take to keep it under control
If your toddler has a slight fever, there are a number of measures you can take to keep it under control.
The average body temperature should be between 35°C and 37°C.
While a fever can be treated, it's important to keep in mind that fevers are usually the symptom of an illness and not the illness itself.
A body’s temperature is controlled by a part of the brain called the hypothalamus.
Getting norovirus cannot always be avoided, but good hygiene can help limit the spread of the virus...
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The first sign of norovirus is usually a abrupt feeling of nausea followed by sick feeling, followed by forceful vomiting and watery diarrhoea.
Norovirus is more commonly known as the winter vomiting bug.



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