Sleepwalking pictures

    

Sleepwalking is an automatism form that leads the person walk during sleep, without remembering anything the next morning. The episodes of sleepwalking occur during the first hours of sleep each lasting 10 minutes. Generally, the target of this disorder are children aged 10 to 15 years. Often, it is an hereditary phenomenon, but tends to disappear after adolescence. If sleepwalking appears or is maintained in adulthood, however, may represent an alteration of psychopathology.

Sleepwalking inludes also episodes that can be dangerous:

  • open and close doors and windows
  • get out on the street
  • turn on electrical appliances
  • go up or down the stairs
  • dressing or undressing
  • eating and drinking
  • turn on or off the lights

To menage sleepwalking episodes, it is recommended not to wake the person, since the sleepwalker may react in a confused or aggressive way. The first rule is try to bring the somnambulist in his bed.

  • To try to prevent episodes of sleepwalking is good to maintain a regular lifestyle. The main underlying causes of sleepwalking include:
  • hereditary component
  • difficulties in the coordination of the central nervous Members of the sleep-waketransition
  • psychosocial stress
  • anxiety
  • alcohol and sleeping pills

If the episodes are frequent, it is possible to adopt a system to reduce them: trying to predict when the attack starts waking up and keeping the person awake for at least 5 minutes.






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