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Introduction: Somniloquy

Description of Somniloquy

Somniloquy (medical condition): Sleep talking is a parasomnia that refers to talking aloud in one's sleep. It...more »

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Sleep talking:
  »Introduction: Sleep talking
  »Symptoms of Sleep talking
  »Causes of Sleep talking
  »Treatments for Sleep talking

Somniloquy: Related Topics

These medical condition or symptom topics may be relevant to medical information for Somniloquy:

Somniloquy as a Disease

Somniloquy: Another name for Sleep talking (or close medical condition association).
  »Introduction: Sleep talking
  »Symptoms of Sleep talking
  »Causes of Sleep talking
  »Treatments for Sleep talking

Somniloquy: Related Diseases

Somniloquy: Somniloquy is listed as a type of (or associated with) the following medical conditions in our database:

Causes of Somniloquy

Some of the causes of Somniloquy are included in the list below:

Symptoms of Somniloquy (Sleep talking)

Some of the symptoms of Somniloquy incude:

  • Quite loud talk, ranging from simple sounds to long speeches, and can occur many times during sleep. Listeners may or may not be able to understand what the person is saying.

Treatments for Somniloquy (Sleep talking)

Treatments for Somniloquy (Sleep talking) include:

Treatment of Somniloquy: For more treatment information about Somniloquy, see treatment of Sleep talking (Somniloquy)

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