Sleepwalking Disorder Statistics
(Also Known As: Sleepwalking Children Statistics, Sleepwalking Statistics, Sleep Walk Statistics, Sleep Problems Statistics, Somnambulism Statistics)
(Reviewed by: Paul Peterson, Licensed Therapist)
Statistics on Sleepwalking Disorder
15% of all children between 5 and 12 years of age have walked in their sleep at least once and almost outgrow their sleepwalking disorder.
18% of the population has sleepwalked and it is more common in children than in adults and adolescents.
The highest prevalence of sleepwalking is at 16.7% at the age 11 to 12 years old.
80% of the night is spent at slow wave sleep in children and young adults and 50% in infants where sleepwalking commonly occurs.
Sleepwalking occurs in 6.9% of female children, 5.7% in male children, 3.1% in adult women and 3.9% in adult men.
A person is 10% more likely to have sleepwalking disorder when a first degree relative has a sleepwalking history.
10% to 30% of children have had at least one episode of sleepwalking.
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Sleepwalking Disorder Topics
|Narcolepsy – Dyssomnia, Chronic Sleep Disorder, Excessive Daytime Sleepiness, Insomnia|
|Nightmare Disorder – Parasomnia Disorder, Temporary Inability to Regain Consciousness, Moaning, Screaming, Gasping|
|Parasomnia NOS – Abnormal Sleep Behavior Involving Movements, Emotions and Perceptions, Sleep Arousal, Sleepwalking, Night Terrors|
|Sleep Terror Disorder – Night Terror, Parasomnia, Extreme Terror, Gasping, Moaning|