Somnambulism

Definition

noun

A sleep disorder wherein an individual carries out tasks, gestures, or activities during the slow wave sleep phase


Supplement

Word origin: Word origin: From Ancient Greek roots "somnus" (sleep) + "amb" (to walk/to go) + -ism

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