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2. Who are at risk of sleepwalking?

Children are the ones most affected by sleepwalking, particularly those who experience bedwetting or those who have sleep apnea. But the disorder doesn't exclude adults. There are also many sleepwalkers among us grown-ups. It would be interesting to learn why some people are more susceptible to this condition than others. Does the disorder run in the family? Is it genetics? Just food for thought, if you have an immediate relative who walks in the night, there is a high probability that you may be or become a somnambulist yourself.

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