Sleepwalking: Causes, Symptoms and Diagnosis
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What causes sleepwalking? 8 possible conditions

Also known as somnambulism, sleepwalking is a condition where a person walks or moves around as if they are awake, when they are actually asleep. Sleepwalkers may perform a variety of activities while asleep, including getting dressed, going to the... Read more

See a list of possible causes in order from the most common to the least.



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Migraine with Aura

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Restless Leg Syndrome (RLS)

Restless leg syndrome is a movement disorder characterized by an overwhelming need to continually move one's legs.

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Cocaine and related disorders

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Organic Brain Syndrome

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Partial Seizures

The human brain works by sending electrical signals through neurons, which are nerve cells. A seizure occurs when there's a surge in this electrical activity.

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