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Best Answer Shauna L Bowling says
Oh, wow, Sha, how interesting! Makes one wonder what else one does while sleepwallking.
That's a scary thought!
It is! Reminds me of a time when my brother-in-law went outside somewhere during the night and came home with his pajamas wet up to his knees! There was a creek nearby! He knocked on the door and in a monotone voice said who he was and to let him in.
Holy Mackerel! I hope I never venture beyond the fridge in my sleep walk adventures!
That's what I'm saying! We were watching a movie late that night and thought his brother was asleep. At first, we did not believe it was his brother at the door. It creeped me out!
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Phyllis Doyle Burns says
Hi Phyllis, thank you for sharing. I heard that same thing too but do not know if it is true. I never bother him as he just comes back to bed on his own.
Oh, my goodness, MizBejabbers! I believe I am okay with eating sleepwalking now compared to what you have shared. Yes, that would be a concern about the pool!
It may very well be related to his having sleep apnea. Just strange LOL
Peace and blessings
Jackie Lynnley says
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Yes, hahaha ...he could be just having cravings but I dont know why he leaves a mess. So that tells me he is half asleep or sleepwalking.