Health Tip: Talking in Your Sleep
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Something to worry about?
By Diana Kohnle
(HealthDay News) -- Talking in one's sleep is common. But the National Sleep Foundation says it may not be anything to worry about, except when it is attributed to or results in:
- Using alcohol or drugs.
- Feeling stressed, depressed or anxious.
- Getting insufficient sleep.
- Waking up feeling tired or overwhelmed.
Talk with your doctor if you're concerned about talking in your sleep.
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