If You Talk In Your Sleep You’re Probably Saying Nasty, Offensive Things

Have you ever had someone tell you you talk in your sleep? If so, you might’ve said some thing that would make you blush. Researcher Dr. Isabelle Arnulf looked at 232 adults, 129 of which had REM sleep behavior disorder, 87 that had experienced sleep walking or night terrors, one who had sleep apnea, and 15 who had no sleep-related disorders. During experiments the most common word said among sleep talkers was “no.” Also, 24 percent of sleep talk was found to contain negative content, and 22 percent included ‘nasty’ language. That includes 10 percent of sleep talk episodes that included swearing. (Mirror.co.uk)¬†