Woman Shockingly Sleep-Walked A Mile And Into The Sea
Do you know anyone who does strange things when they sleep? Something like "sleep walking...
Do you know anyone who does strange things when they sleep? Something like "sleep walking'? or are you actually one of those people who does that and have no actual idea that you have done it already? Well, a female "sleep-walker" got an unbelievable story about her sleepwalking experience. She just actually sleep-walked herself into the sea. Yes, you read it right, she walked herself to a very far sea while sleeping.
Sleepwalking, also known as somnambulism or noctambulism, is a sleep disorder belonging to the parasomnia family.Sleepwalkers arise from the slow wave sleep stage in a state of low consciousness and perform activities that are usually performed during a state of full consciousness. These activities can be as benign as sitting up in bed, walking to a bathroom, and cleaning, or as hazardous as cooking, driving, violent gestures, grabbing at hallucinated objects, or even homicide.
Although generally sleepwalking cases consist of simple, repeated behaviours, there are occasionally reports of people performing complex behaviours while asleep, although their legitimacy is often disputed.Sleepwalkers often have little or no memory of the incident, as their consciousness has altered into a state in which it is harder to recall memories. Although their eyes are open, their expression is dim and glazed over.Sleepwalking may last as little as 30 seconds or as long as 30 minutes. - wikipedia
Meet Marie Lord, 39-year-old woman who ‘sleep-walked’ for more than half a mile from her home in Weston-super-Mare, Somerset. She was only woken apparently by the taste of sea salt in her mouth and the cold waves that's crashing against her. Marie did wake up at around 1.30 am and shockingly let herself out of the house. She walked the streets and scaled a set of steep concrete steps that she is normally unable to do without the help of her benevolent husband.
‘Sometimes, depending on the wind, we can hear the sea from our house, I remember thinking “gosh, it’s ever so clear tonight, it’s like I’m there” – but obviously I was.’ - Marie Lord
When she finally woke up to find herself in the middle of the sea, a night porter whose working at a hotel near the beach was able to hear her cries and called emergency hotline. Marie was grateful to Lee Searle, 21, for his kind gesture, which she considers who saved her life.