Sleepwalking is a sleep disorder where a person is physically active while she is asleep. That could include sit upright in bed, or walking around the house, and more complex activities like going to the bathroom, driving, and dressing. This episode could be very short, seconds or minutes, or it could last longer than 30 minutes. During the night, the sleepwalkers are unaware of what happens in the morning and they do not remember their actions or what they did. So, I hope you are awake and ready to listen to my speech so that you can remember later.
Dear Judges, dear parents, dear teachers and dear friends. My name is Sarah, and today I'll talk about sleepwalking. A disorder that 18% of ...

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serious for adults. In adults, sleepwalking is often related to mental disorders and could be a reaction to a drug or alcohol. Another myth is that sleepwalking is dangerous to wake a sleepwalker. Some people think that waking sleepwalkers can endanger the sleeping person. Others believe that sleepwalkers should be awake, because they can hurt themselves if left alone. It is difficult to wake someone who is sleepwalking, and sleep experts recommend to guide the sleepwalker's bed. It is important to bring the person to sleep in her bed because sleepwalkers are often activities that should require full attention, and are therefore dangerous to do while partially asleep.
Typically, the symptoms of sleepwalking are all the same and are common to all of the sleepwalkers. Sleepwalkers' eyes are open, and seem to be glassy. Contrary to popular belief, sleepwalkers do not walk around the house with their arms stretched out before them like zombies, like in the movies. When asking ...

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