Is this Sleep Violence? Whats wrong with my cousin?

Is this Sleep Violence? Whats wrong with my cousin?

by Mark Anderson
(Belgium)

Sleep Violence

Question

My cousin who is now 26yrs old has had difficulty learning but was never diagnosed of any sleeping disorder.
A year ago he started having these episodes in his sleep where it looks like someone is attacking him. He will do things like bang himself against a wall. Resently he banged his eye against the dressing table such that his eye was bleeding. he does not remember any of this in the morning.
Not even a bad dream...please help me.


Answer

I am not a sleep doctor and my opinions are just opinions. You have to take your cousin to a sleep doctor fast!
I think he is suffering from a disorder called sleep violence. Click Sleep Violence to read more about it and learn more about what you need to do.

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