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3.2. Information about sleep walking




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This article is from the Dreaming FAQ, by "Lars Rune Foleide" larsrune@sf.telia.no .

3.2. Information about sleep walking

The body is paralyzed during REM, so sleep walking occurs in other
stages of sleep. It is quite common among children, and can be quite
confusing if you find yourself in other places than your bed when you
wake up. People have even managed to lock themselves outside their own
house. You can dream in other stages than REM, but these dreams are
much less vivid.


 

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