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What is sleepwalking about Sleepwalking is the disorder that a child wakes up partly but not completely at the night It causes walking or other behaviors while the person may not remember it at all However sleepwalk doesnt mean one has an emotional problem and they would be out-grown soon Its hard to believe that from a medical report 18 of the population is prone to sleepwalking On one hand although some of the adult may sleepwalk most of the cases happen in children And it usually begins before the childs adolescence On the other hand if one begins sleepwalking in hisher later life its more likely to have the disorder for the rest of hisher life Its also found that boys are more likely to sleepwalk than girls Rubbing eyes fumbling with clothes - Can be a symptom If you see your child sit up in the bed repeating certain movements like rubbing eyes or fumbling with clothes you called your child but heshe didnt reply to you your child may probably has sleepwalking And of course the child may even get out of bed and walk around the room Usually you will find himher looking dazed and moving clumsy It happens in Deep Sleep As sleepwalk most likely to occur in deep Non-REM stage of the sleep episode that means the deepest sleep fatigue and stress can increases the chances of a person sleepwalking because it forces the body to go into deeper sleep Non-REM stages also cause the patient hard to be aroused And some may even say children would get sleepwalking more easily because they spend more of their time in the deep Non-REM sleep while adults NREM sleep is often fragmented and they spend more time on light sleep What should I do then Most patients experience the episode not very often and do not harm themselves However in the most serious cases the episodes could occur almost nightly andor
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