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Do you talk in your sleep?

  1. Eric Calderwood profile image81
    Eric Calderwoodposted 6 years ago

    Do you talk in your sleep?

    And if you do talk in your sleep, does it wake you up?  If other's hear what you've said does it make any sense to them, or do they laugh at you?

  2. livingpah2004 profile image83
    livingpah2004posted 6 years ago

    I do not talk but I know my husband and daughter talk in their sleep. They do not believe it though.

  3. Express10 profile image89
    Express10posted 6 years ago

    I talk in my sleep sometimes and I get laughed at when I do. I never wake up because of it though.

  4. wewillmake profile image59
    wewillmakeposted 6 years ago

    I occasionally talk in sleep, but iam unaware of it. I only came to know when other's say it....

  5. Mmargie1966 profile image94
    Mmargie1966posted 6 years ago

    I've been told that I occasionally talk in my sleep, but I'm difficult to understand.

  6. edhan profile image60
    edhanposted 6 years ago

    According to my wife, I do talk occasionally in my sleep.

    It is likely relating to certain dreams that I had in the nights. When I wake up, I usually remember my dreams but after awhile, I will forget totally. I usually to write down my dreams when I wake up immediately and trying to figure out if there is any meanings to the dream.

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    donnaMhicksposted 6 years ago

    Don't know - I woke myself up laughing out loud once though. I never did find out what was so funny.

  8. Pamela N Red profile image87
    Pamela N Redposted 6 years ago

    Yes and I've woke my self up talking before. Usually it doesn't make any sense because my dreams are always nonsensical.

    I think most people do it because I've heard my husband and kids.

  9. Becky Katz profile image84
    Becky Katzposted 6 years ago

    My whole family does. My son walks in his sleep also. He will come out in the living room and have a conversation with you while asleep. You figure it out after a few minutes and I just tell him it is time to go to bed. He wanders off back to bed and never remembers it.
    My dad would talk in his sleep and if he was having a dream would tell you about it if you asked. When we were kids, we would haunt the bedroom if he was asleep, waiting for him to tell us a story.

  10. geen1234 profile image61
    geen1234posted 6 years ago

    sometimes i talked when i am sleeping, but the funny thing is, if i talk i easily wake up, and ask my husband, what are you saying, then he will tell me, it was you who is talking.

  11. cloverleaffarm profile image77
    cloverleaffarmposted 6 years ago

    In the past, I have talked in my sleep, and I actually found myself walking in my sleep once. It was all part of a dream I was having. I woke up at the end of the bed trying to pull the blankets off. I don't remember why now.
    I find this kind of thing intriguing. I believe it is our brains way of trying to work something out.

  12. nihar2 profile image61
    nihar2posted 6 years ago

    it is usual for me, it happens mainly due to a heavy stress day / when i am too tired. exciting thing is once/twice i realised talking like this.

  13. Nora411 profile image72
    Nora411posted 6 years ago

    My husband of 4 years talks in his sleep! And about the most random things.I remember the first time I heard him talk in his sleep (he didn't warn me). He just starts yelling, "I want sunflower seeds"! And I looked at him like "what? it's 2 am". And he just kept yelling it. So I got up to look for sunflower seeds, and when I  came back to tell him we didn't have any, he seemed confused and asked "what are you talking about?" I also remember another time he was just mumbling some jibberish, and then all of a sudden yells "ballpoint pen"! When I asked him about it later he just laughed and said he had no idea what I was talking about. We've learned that he only talks in his sleep if he eats right before bed, or if he is EXTREMELY tired. So no midnight snacks, and if he is exhausted he will take a little nap during the day to avoid the awkward 2am yellings.

  14. IWantFroyo profile image60
    IWantFroyoposted 6 years ago

    Yes, sometimes. Thankfully, I never talk loudly enough for anybody to hear me. I just wake up mumbling, usually when having a dream at the same time.

  15. shoeclub profile image59
    shoeclubposted 6 years ago

    Well my husband says I do but I don't believe her!

  16. MrsLWarner profile image65
    MrsLWarnerposted 6 years ago

    Yes,people have told me they were able to have complete conversations with me in my sleep.

  17. angied83 profile image78
    angied83posted 6 years ago

    I talk in my sleep when I am really tired. I dont remember anything afterwards.

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    Team Leaderposted 6 years ago

    Hello Eric,

    Ohhhh yes. Back in the days when I was still at boarding school I used to freak people out because I would start talking very loudly in the middle of the night. On top of this, my friend was a sleepwalker...can you imagine, one girl babbling the other walking around like a zombie :-)

    Unfortunately to this day there is noone who could tell what I am saying. They always forget. Maybe one day I will get a voicerecorder out.

    I have to say I am a proud sleep talker and this to snorring.

    Your 'Team Leader'

 
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