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Hubby talked in his sleep just last night. He said 3 sentences, but I couldn't understand them.

I dreamed of my mom last night. She was alive and survived my father (in fact Mom died 6 months before he did last year). In my dream she had been moving on with her life. She had taken Dad's man-cave (former fruit-cellar) and turned it into a massive Hobby Shop in which she was going have some crafty women come into her home and work on projects together. It was pretty cool. When I saw it, she laughed and said, "I'm going to be doing a lot more things that I couldn't do before."
I miss Mom.
I miss Dad.

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3/21/18 12:44 P

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As far as I know I don't do either.




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3/21/18 11:09 A

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I've been known for doing both at the same time. I sleep walk and talk at the same time I couldn't keep roommate when living in the dorms. I do it when I'm under extreme stress.

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My DH has mentioned a few times that I was mumbling in my sleep. Nothing coherent but loud enough to be easily heard.

A few times I woke up with actual feeling and thoughts that I was elsewhere and it scared me. It was a matter of minutes for me to realize I was in my bed and not in the situation I was dreaming.

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3/21/18 1:00 A

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I did both as a kid. Now I'm too lazy and too paranoid.

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3/20/18 11:41 P

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Well!

I'm not sure if I TALK in my sleep. I hope I don't and if I DO, I hope it's nothing embarrassing!
My HUSBAND does. Having worked under employers who give dumb orders, and being a person of practical sense it bugs him deeply when folks make poor decisions. So, when he's been particularly worked up, he will say,
"This is STUPID!!!!!" and other mumblings.

My 13 yr old daughter creeps her sisters out. She walks AND talks in her sleep. One night my 16 yr old opened her eyes to find Spunky leaning over her, pointing her finger in her face and saying, 'STOP! Just STOP!"

My mom used to nap on the couch in the evenings. We always found it amusing when she would mumble out all the names of her 5 girls (names changed to protect the innocent):
"AbbyBarbieCindyDaisyandEllie...are they all in the house....?"

She was quite the jokester and we aren't quite certain if she faked it or not.

My husband used to walk in his sleep. Walked right down the steps and headed toward the front door. His family was sitting at the kitchen table watching him and had to stop him from going out. lol

I know of someone (not in my household) who slept naked. One night he was found CRAWLING through the hallway towards the steps!

hahahahahahahaha. That's an image I don't wish to retain.

When I was on vacation with my husband's (then boyfriend) family one summer, I had to share a bed with his sister. He warned me that her eyes sometimes ROLL in the back of her head when she's sleeping.
Niccccceeee. eek!

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3/20/18 11:33 P

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I walked in my sleep until I went away to college. We lived in a rural area of PA.
My parents had many locks on the doors trying to keep me from going outside at night.
My family said I would get a chair to stand on and undo all the locks and go outside.
I don't remember sleep walking but my family have told some interesting stories
about my night time journeys. My mother told me that my sleep walking scared her.

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3/20/18 10:27 P

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I don't walk, but I at least used to talk in my sleep. As far as I know I only answered people. I told some kids that I was on a ski trip with that I hated cats. That's why I'm on my 5th and Orzo gets to sleep on my lap or with me all the time. I also would tell my parents I didn't want to do something that I really wanted to do. People say you never lie when you talk in your sleep, but I didn't tell the truth when I was asleep.

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3/20/18 9:51 P

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i don't do either but my oldest brother does and when we were still at home we got him all dress and was walking him out the door when my mom caught us. he got his own room after that....


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3/20/18 9:44 P

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I slept walk a few times as a young child; about 6. I have talked a few times in my sleep as well, usually if I'm dreaming, it's never been xrated.

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I don't think I sleep walk. If I do I've always made it back to bed, without waking anyone, so no one knows about it. I don't talk in my sleep, but I do scream and fight. DH says I have never attacked him and he has no idea who I'm fighting. DH say he can't wake me, but unless it is caused by meds, can calm me down. If it is caused by meds, I don't stop till I'm exhausted, that can take hours. Now that we know what is in the meds that causes the problem, there isn't as much of a problem.

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Do you talk in your sleep? Or walk in your sleep?

Sleepwalking, formally known as somnambulism, is a behavior disorder that originates during deep sleep and results in walking or performing other complex behaviors while asleep. It is much more common in children than adults and is more likely to occur if a person is sleep deprived.

Sleep talking, or somniloquy, is the act of speaking during sleep. It's a type of parasomnia - an abnormal behaviour that takes place during sleep. It's a very common occurrence and is not usually considered a medical problem.
The night-time chatter may be harmless, or it could be graphic, even X-rated. Sometimes, listeners find the content offensive or vulgar. Sleep talkers normally speak for no more than 30 seconds per episode, but some people sleep talk many times during a night.
The late-night diatribes may be exceptionally eloquent, or the words may be mumbled and hard to decipher. Sleep talking may involve simple sounds or long, involved speeches. Sleep talkers usually seem to be talking to themselves. But sometimes, they appear to carry on conversations with others. They may whisper, or they might shout. If you share a bedroom with someone who talks in his or her sleep, you might not be getting enough shut-eye.




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