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Welcome to the Sleepwalking Forum!  Please share your fascinating sleepwalking experiences, especially if any resulted in injuries.  Help raise public awareness of the potential for injury or even death from sleepwalking.

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Post Sleepwalking is not a one time incident!
on: June 21, 2013, 18:06

Thanks again for visiting our website. We've presented several tragic stories involving severe injuries and even death from sleepwalking incidents. My son's sleepwalking incident is detailed throughout the website. A point I want to drive home is that if your child or adult sleepwalker has gone on a sleepwalking adventure, they will likely go on another one at some point in the future. It's been four years since my son's severe sleepwalking injury, and he's gone sleepwalking only a handful of times since then. However, the last time he went sleepwalking, he headed back to the same window. Can you imagine what may have happened if we just assumed that he would not sleepwalk again? Or that his sleepwalking injury was simply a fluke and nothing like that could possibly happen again? Words fail. This time, however, a $25 motion detector alarm we had placed on top of his dresser aimed at the window triggered a piercing alarm when he crossed the threshold near the window. The alarm woke him up and also brought the rest of our family running into his bedroom. This very affordable alarm did what we intended it to do such that we knew when our sleepwalker was on the move. Don't you think its a good idea to know if your child or adult sleepwalker is wandering around the house at night while you are sleeping? Please be proactive and protect your sleepwalker.

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