sleep-talk


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sleep-talk

[ˈsliːptɔːk] VI (US) → hablar estando dormido
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Shutterstock) DUBAI: You might be careful with what you say during your waking hours, but researchers have revealed that our sleep-talk is probably letting us all down.
Al Riyami said that feeling sad and anxious are core morbidities with the common diagnosis, adding that a healthy way of combating this among children ages 0-12 is for the parents to apply the sleep-talk programme on a nightly basis for at least three months.
Psychologist Elena Touri said 5% of people sleep-talk but added: "While disturbing and embarrassing, it is not a serious condition.