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Sleepwalking also named as somnambulism is a kind of parasomnia. It usually occurs in slow wave sleep and person suffering from this remain in low consciousness and generally walk around. During the activity of sleep walking, a person walks around and perform activities with open eyes with a confused glassy look as they are not doing things willingly.
Sleepwalking most often occurs in the first third of a night’s sleep or during other long sleep periods. This is during the slow-wave cycle of sleep. Every now and then, it can occur during a daytime nap. Episodes can occur rarely, or very often. Sleepwalking can even happen multiple times a night for a few nights in a row.
Related Journals of Sleepwalking
Journal of Sleep Disorders & Therapy, Journal of Psychiatry, Journal of Psychology & Psychotherapy, Brain Disorders & Therapy, Behavioral sleep medicine, Journal of Clinical Sleep Medicine, Journal of Sleep Research, Nature and Science of Sleep, Sleep and Biological Rhythms, Sleep Medicine Reviews, Sleep Science, Sleep and Hypnosis.