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Waking up in different places than where you went to sleep without any recollection of how you ended up there? While it is most common in children, sleepwalking can occur in adults, too.
When you think of sleepwalking, you might picture a child who has climbed out of bed in the middle of the night, sound asleep.
Nearly one in three Americans may experience an episode of sleepwalking in their lives, according to a new study.
In the first major study to assess the prevalence of sleepwalking in the U.S.
Sleep walking is a rare disorder where an individual gets out of bed and starts to walk while in a state of sleep. Sleep walking is sometimes seen in young children around the ages of ...
Sleepwalking is pretty common in school age children. This was recently a topic of interest as my Mother is currently staying with the grandchildren and my niece is a sleepwalker.
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Sleepwalking is a type of sleep disorder known as a parasomnia. This happens when a person partially awakens during the night, walks, or does other complex behaviors while still technically asleep.
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