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Does sleepwalking need medical treatment?

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Medical treatment for sleepwalking isn't usually necessary. For children and adults, sleepwalking is usually a sign of lack of sleep, intense emotional problems, stress, or fever. As these conditions resolve, sleepwalking stops.

SOURCES: eMedicine Health. Mayo Clinic.

Reviewed by Christopher Melinosky on October 24, 2019

SOURCES: eMedicine Health. Mayo Clinic.

Reviewed by Christopher Melinosky on October 24, 2019

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