Amanda Capritto, Jan. 20, 2021
Dr. Alex Dimitriu, psychiatrist and sleep medicine doctor at Menlo Park Psychiatry and Sleep Medicine, says sleepwalking is an example of a “disorder of confusional arousal.” “People do weird things at night when they are half awake and half asleep,” he says. “You are confused, because you are half asleep. I compare it to your bed partner poking you in the side every two minutes — you might eventually wake up and say something thoughtless, half asleep. Sleepwalking is not much different.”
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