Sleep Talking

Afraid that you might reveal some secret while you sleep talk and thus want to combat your sleep talking situation as soon as possible?

You are on the right site. We have designed this website to offer you causes, consequences and cures for your sleep disorder situation.

1. Maintain your Sleep Cycle
Keep the habit of waking up and turning in at the same time everyday. Do not ever give yourself the excuse of catching up on sleep just because you have not been sleeping well for the past few nights. This is because by allowing yourself just a few more hours of sleep would destroy your body clock and only deteriorate your sleep cycle and ensure that you can’t sleep well. Sleeping well will help one relax and reduce tension, which is the key to being healthy and is beneficial to all type of sleep disorder, including sleep talking.

2. No supper
I’m sure most of you have heard of the myth that having supper will give you nightmares at night. Well, here’s the real deal, Having supper will not only ensure that you can’t sleep well, it can contribute to sleep talking too. Because, having heavy meals before sleep, will digestive system will face difficulties digesting the food, as such, your body finds it hard to relax and gain tension, leading to increased probability of sleep talking. Thus, if you are really starving, eat light snacks such as crackers or have some fruits instead.

3. Relax
Usually when one sleep, their body is immobile as they relax completely. Suffers of this sleep disorder, sleep-talking most frequently finds it difficult to relax and engage in deep sleep. As such, they are conscious of their dream and will react appropriately with body movement and voice to their dreams, contributing to sleep-talking. There is no point feeling anxious over the fact that you can’t sleep. Try to relax instead. Taking deep breaths will help you reduce tension and aids your ability to sleep. Listening to soothing music also helps one to sleep. Relax will definitely help you combat sleep talking.

Now, experiment with these effective tips and we wish you all the best in your sleep endeavours!

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Frequently, many relate sleep talking to dream and assume that sleep talking only occurs when one dreams. This is an inaccurate assumption as sleep talking can occur during any stage of the sleep cycle beside the last stage where dreams occur.

Sleep talking is usually not taken care of at the early stage because many feel that it is harmless and has no health implications. True to a certain extent it may be. Nonetheless, anything which is not taken care of, even sleep-talking, if not treated, can turn serious to involve shouting and screaming during the sleep.

You are suffering from Sleep Disorder, Sleep-talking if you:

  • Suffer from mild sleep terror, which is linked to sleep-talking in most cases.
  • You also have sore throat in the morning
  • Your throat is always very dry, especially after you wake up.
  • Even in the morning, you feel extremely exhausted.
  • Your spouse complains to you that you always talk in your sleep

Causes of Sleep Disorder, Sleep-talking :

Usually when one sleep, their body is immobile as they relax completely. Suffers of this sleep disorder, sleep-talking most frequently finds it difficult to relax and engage in deep sleep. As such, they are conscious of their dream and will react appropriately with body movement and voice to their dreams, contributing to sleep-talking.

Here are some possible factors as to why one can’t relax causing sleep-talking:

1.      Mental illnesses / emotional distress – you are depress, you face a lot of stress and anxiety.

2.      related sleep disorder – you suffer from related and interconnected sleep disorder such as sleep apnea and narcolepsy which can contribute to the sleep disorder, Sleep-talking.

3.      Genetics – it is common for the family to experience similar illnesses.

4.      Others – certain types of medication and food will affect your sleep.