Sleepwalking is a disorder that typically occurs when a person is in the deep stages of sleep. The sleepwalker is unable to respond during the event and does not remember sleepwalking. There may also be mumbling or incoherent talking. Sleepwalking is most common among children 4-8 years old, but can continue into adulthood.
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