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Laugh and talk while asleep meaning react to dreams. How can I get over this?

I am 30 years old male. I have big problem sins child sometimes in my dream what I am doing in my dreams I am reacting my dreams example if I laughing my dream I am realy laughing. If I talking someonce I am talking realy on my sleeping position it is not a prob to me but if I doing something wronge that also I am doing its too irritating to me plz give me a salutions or which dr I need to consult solve this problem......
Asked On : Tue, 12 Feb 2013
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Psychologist 's  Response
Dec 2015
Welcome to HCM
We understand your concerns

You need to understand that the problem you describe is quite common with people of almost across culture, region, age or sex. Therefore please don't worry.

One thing I can clearly say is that sound sleep will not have such problem. Learn your sleep pattern. Ask others to confirm about the frequency of occurrence, when it is becoming more louder, when it is not at all present, any other details etc. Make a detailed chart and contact me.

Exercise regularly, work hard and sleep well. Your dreams will be in check.
Answered: Tue, 25 Jun 2013
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