sleep walking

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  1. Amnat77

    Amnat77 Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    I used to sleep walk when I was little, it stopped, but has now come back full force and turned into sleep-phoning..lol smh... A couple of friends( and my mom) have said to me in the past week that I called them in middle of night. I have no recollection of making any calls, but i do see the evidence in my last call log. Anyone on the board ever had this experience?
     
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    Very interesting. Any major events happen in your life recently?
     
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    Nothing more than usual.
     
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    There is a mechanism called sleep paralysis which holds our bodies still while we are sleeping so that we won't act out our dreams. When this mechanism isn't working we walk or talk in out sleep. I sometimes do the exact opposite. Sometimes I will wake up but won't be able to move for a few seconds that seem like hours and is very scary. I search my body to find a finger or something and wiggle it until the rest of my body catches on.
     
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