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First time possibly sleepwalking and very worried

Postby tabman » Sat Dec 12, 2015 5:04 pm

Hello,

This is my first post here, so hello to all of you.

Last night something happened which has really upset me.

I live with my parents and last night my they found me covered in ice cream, bumping into everything with one of my eyes rolled back in my head. I apparently appeared very drunk (I don't drink) and kept collapsing against objects in the house.

I can only remember tiny snippets of what happened and the things that I do remember were after my parents found me.

I use Temazepam (prescribed) to get to sleep. I had been trying to cut back but last night went back to a full 20mg dose as I wanted a full nights sleep.

I was somehow put back to bed after being cleaned up. My parents are quite angry with me (maybe for changing my medicine regime). I now don't really know what to do. Does this sound like sleepwalking to you? Why would one of my eyes be rolled back in my head?

Any help or guidance would be appreciated as I am really quite upset and concerned.

Thank you,

T.
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Re: First time possibly sleepwalking and very worried

Postby NicoleC » Fri Nov 17, 2017 8:01 pm

I'm too inexperienced to comment on this but God, that does sound terrifying. I just registered as seeking for help and advice myself. Hope you'll find your answers.

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Re: First time possibly sleepwalking and very worried

Postby Jeffm » Sat Jun 29, 2019 8:11 am

Welcome to this forum. I think it should be for the side-effects of some medicines, drink, and also may be for the weakness. You need to still your mind and need a rest on the day. Sometimes the behavior of our whole day's work, thoughts, and tension make us behave so at night. Don't be worried just relax, may talk with the doctor also.
Thanks, have a nice day.
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