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    Do You Sleepwalk?
    Caprice_WebMD_Staff posted:
    Do you remember exactly where you were last night? If you are a sleepwalker, maybe not.

    Sleepwalking May Be More Common Than You Think

    Are you a sleepwalker? Have you ever been? Do you know someone who is?
    An_245539 responded:
    There have been instances of me sleep walking.They occured mostly during exam season.Till date only once I have known I was sleep walking when I woke up in the middle of sleep walk.
    Caprice_WebMD_Staff replied to An_245539's response:
    Hi An_245539,

    I'm guessing that stress is often involved when someone sleepwalks or talks in their sleep. I've never done it but have witnessed both in various people and it always seems to occur when they're dealing with more stress.

    Thanks for stopping by.

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