sleepwalking

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Synonyms for sleepwalking

Synonyms for sleepwalking

walking by a person who is asleep

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Treatment for non-REM and REM parasomnias frequently include avoidance of potential triggers, and in the case of Somnabulism and RBD, also necessitate a safe well-monitored sleeping environment.
Dyssomnia in children is expressed as difficulties in falling asleep (dyskoimesis) or in sleeping through the night as dysphylaxia, pavor nocturnus and somnabulism.
From India to the planet Mars: A study of a case of somnabulism.
This word does not mean "lunatic," but rather expresses a "craving for the moon" causing somnabulism.
With the help of his friend, Ferdinand de Saussure, Flournoy was able to conclude that the glossolalia arising from the somnabulism or "subliminal imagination" of the entranced medium to produce a Martian romance demonstrated, however "mad," a system of identifiable signs ("semiotic") that were combined in utterance to produce meanings ("semantic").