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i don't sleepwalk but i do ..how would you say have sex..in my sleep. then don't remember when i wake up ...... im a 26 year old male....how do i stop?

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Dr. Leon Baginski
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Therapy: The way to stop unwanted behavior is to understand the root cause. Sometimes sleep walking is relate to not enough sleep so just getting adequate sleep can correct the problem. At other times it is do to underlying stress that does not allow proper brain shut down during sleep. I you try getting more rest and it is not working then see a good psychologist.
Answered on Apr 24, 2015

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