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Sleep Talking

Do your friends or family ever tell you that you talk in your sleep? Have you ever heard a friend or family member talking in their sleep, sometimes sounding like they are having a conversation with someone? People who are sleep talkers will randomly say something, fall back asleep, and won’t even remember anything happening. While it may seem funny to some people, sleep talking could be a sign of a more serious sleep disorder. Sleep talking affects anyone, even kids or adults, and it is believed that it could possibly run in the family. The sleep talking can occur at any stage of sleep, not just during dreaming. Sleep talking could be a sign of a more serious sleep disorder, such as REM sleep behavior disorder and sleep terrors.

Come to Sleep Services of Maryland and we can help diagnose the severity of your sleep talking and how to treat it. A couple tips that could help reduce the amount of sleep talking include avoiding stress and getting more sleep. Certain foods and medicine can also affect the rate at which you talk in your sleep so make sure to keep track of them and how often and severe your sleep talking may be.

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