Causes Of Trauma And Fear At Night?
Good afternoon, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com. Our brains learn things in many ways, it can be by reading, being told, watching something, and one of them is by experiencing it firsthand. When something bad happens, and it requires us to act immediately, the brain will remember it as an emergency. In the case of you and your husband, a seizure is clearly seen as an emergency.
After classifying the 'seizure' condition as an emergency, your brain needs a trigger or trigger for the condition, which is a sound like a snoring. This causes your brain to learn that every time you hear a snoring sound at night, your brain subconsciously connects it immediately with the seizure at that time, and wakes you up so you can react immediately.
Among the ways that can be done is to overcome this is to 'break' the association of the snoring sound and the occurrence of seizures, or 'learn' again that not all snoring is related to seizures. Those who can provide you with this treatment are psychiatrists or psychologists, especially those who have the ability to do hypnotherapy. In addition to hypnotherapy, you may be able to do behavioral therapy, desensitization or the like to convince your subconscious that the sound of snoring doesn't mean something dangerous.
Meanwhile, what you can do is to avoid your husband snoring while sleeping by asking him to sleep on his side, asking him to maintain his ideal body weight, getting enough sleep, drinking lots of water, and not consuming alcohol, smoking and taking sleeping pills. You can also consult your husband to an ENT doctor to reduce his snoring. So, hopefully it answers your question.