Weird sleep behaviour

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        Sleep clinics say they are treating more people with sleep disorders than ever before, with more and more strange cases popping up.

        Here's one:

        Josh Bliszko says: "My latest trick is changing light bulbs in my sleep. And no, the light bulbs don't even require changing."

        How about you, do you do weird things in your sleep?
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        Yes.  I talk.  I used to sleepwalk but I don't do that any more.  I laid the table with my bedspread when I was a kid and I was trying to pick flowers off the wallpaper in my bedroom.

        What about you Johnny?

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        When I sleep, I sleep, that's all I do. People told me that I don't even move much. Once or twice I talked about something but it wasn't understandable.
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        Is it like you were dreaming. Wondering if you recall doing these things in your sleep.
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        I don't do anything weird when I sleep except I sleep with my eyes open!
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        I read about a girl who sleeps for like months at a time.  Gets up only to eat and use the bathroom, then goes back to sleep. 

        I sometimes can sleep for days like this myself; not sure *can* is the best word for it.  But if I know I've nothing to do, nowhere to go, no way to go, going to be stuck for a week with little food, no company, etc...  I sometimes find the only way to get through it is to hibernate.  It's a slippery slope, though, and I prefer to be much more awake.
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        Feelin froggy wrote:

        Is it like you were dreaming. Wondering if you recall doing these things in your sleep.


        I remember trying to pick the flowers off the wallpaper because I woke up while I was doing it.  I don't remember sleep walking though.

        If I wake up my hubby by my chatter, I do vaguely remember talking rubbish if he tries to have a conversation with me.

        blue
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        blueday wrote:

        What about you Johnny?


        Some say I talk in my sleep sometimes, but I never managed to remember saying something. And sometimes I find myself sleeping with my head held in the palms of my hands, usually happens when I'm worried/tense/stressed.
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        When I'm not sleeping alone, I usually fall asleep hoping that I won't, all of a sudden, start talking in my sleep and say some inappropriate things and make an awkward situation.
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        i sleep walk and eat while im doing it.
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        Here's a really weird example from a BBC website reader:

        James Bath: "My wife watched me walk out of the house, get into my car and drive off. I returned 15 minutes later. It only happens occasionally and one particular time I got in the car and returned over an hour later. Having filled the car the previous day, I was able to calculate the mileage from the reset milometer. I had driven 35 miles. Nowadays my wife hides our car keys each night, I go for walks."
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        Hmm, it doesn't say if he looks for the car keys. I guess that's not important
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        Markotik wrote:

        Hmm, it doesn't say if he looks for the car keys. I guess that's not important


        Maybe he leaves them in the car for convenience
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        Who knows, I guess it's better to have a key than to break into your own car.
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        Here's another one, even more strange:

        Patricia from France - "I have gone online and bought inappropriate dog equipment for my elderly Jack Russell terrier - two large size collars and a complete training course of slalom sticks, tunnel etc. My only clue to the fact that I had purchased anything was finding my purse and credit card beside the computer, not in their usual place. Subsequently, the arrival of the parcels from America was a complete surprise. Even more surprising was a phone call from a kennels about a puppy which I did not want but had ordered in a letter written in French and emailed in the middle of the night. My most disconcerting repeated actions have been writing letters which look OK but have bizarre and inexplicable content."

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