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Sleepwalking ( Somnambulism ) - A developmental disoder in children which involves the child leaving his/her bed and walks around without being conscious of the experience or later remembering it.

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Children's Sleep ForumThe Children's Sleep Forum This forum is dedicated to helping with children and teenage sleep.
Northside Hospital Sleep Medicine Institute -  A description of the sleep disorders treated here, including sleepwalking, night terrors, sleep related violence, sleep eating, gastroesophageal reflux and childhood sleep disorders.
Sleepwalking - Sleepwalking in Children by Bruce A. Epstein, M. Sleepwalking (medical term somnambulism) is more common than one might guess. Thirty percent of all children between the ages of five and 12 have walked in their sleep at least once, and persistent sleepwalking occurs in 1% to 6% of youngsters.
Sleepwalking in Children / AAFP Patient Information Handout - Sleepwalking in Children What is sleepwalking? Sleepwalking is a disorder in which a child partly, but not completely, awakens during the night. The child may walk or do other things without any memory of doing so.
Sleepwalking   - Sleep Related Eating  - Night Terrors - Parasomnias Sleepwalking, Sleep Related Eating, Night Terrors Parasomnias or arousal disorders have few medical implications. They are, in fact, rarely medically treated unless they become so disruptive to sleep that they cause prolonged daytime

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