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Sleepwalking in children

Sleepwalking is common in children and probably occurs because their brains have not yet mastered regulation of sleep and waking. The tendency seems to be inherited. Although people are more likely to sleepwalk when they?re anxious or fatigued, there is little correlation between sleepwalking and psychological problems.…

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