NonREM sleep parasomnias sleepwalking and sleep terrors

The polysomnographic correlates of sleepwalking and sleep terrors were first identified in the 1960s and 1970s by Gastaut and Broughton, (1 14) Kales et al.,(!5> and

Fisher et al.(16) from France, Canada, and the United States. Sleepwalking and sleep terrors typically arise from delta non-REM (slow-wave) sleep, and usually affect children, but adults can also be afflicted and suffer from sleep-related injuries and adverse social consequences. (21 1 l9,20,21 a^22)

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