Sleep talking is quite common, especially in children, and is characterized by short phrases or sounds in both rapid eye movement (REM) and non-rapid eye movement (NREM) sleep.
About two-thirds of adults experience sleep talking at some point in their lives; however, sleep talking is considered a parasomnia when it disrupts sleep or includes motor behaviors, indicating symptoms of severe sleep disorders.
Keep watching because we’ll review the symptoms, causes, epidemiology, evaluation, diagnosis of sleep talking, and other disorders that may be mistaken for sleep talking.
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