The phenomenon of sleepwalking is a combination of sleep and wakefulness, classified as a sleep disorder. In a state of low consciousness, sleepwalking may occur, often involving the performance of activities which are usually performed during the day. Activities can be benign but often venture into hazardous or peculiar, and as a result, sleepwalking is something that requires monitoring and helps to be dealt with. One issue with sleepwalking is that, due to the complex nature of the activity, research and study into the phenomenon are often disputed, refuted, or inconclusive. This means that there is a lack of concrete information regarding the disorder, and as a result, diagnoses and treatments can be hard to come by.
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