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Star's sleepwalk death

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posted on Jan, 5 2008 @ 08:34 PM
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THE SPORTS world is in shock following the apparent sleepwalking death of young gun footy caller Clinton Grybas.

Friends and family of the 32-year-old found dead in his city apartment yesterday morning said they understood he had died after hitting his head while sleepwalking.


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This is terrible! It is the first story I have heard of where sleepwalking has caused death.

My Daughter sleep walks so I have a bell on her door to hear it if she gets up. It is funny, but as soon as I hear it, I am awake instantly. She has hurt herself at times so thankfully I can lead her back to bed to prevent her getting hurt.

Sleep walking is dangerous. Just wonder if there is any treatment to prevent it....?



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posted on Jan, 7 2008 @ 07:32 AM
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Oh sorry... gee wizz! Even when I think I am getting it right, I get it wrong... yanno, I really put thought into where it should go...

I might stay out of this section cos I am always stuffing it up!

Either way, apologies for my err.

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Isn't this a sleepwalkers worst nightmare? I am placing a bigger bell on my Daughter's bedroom door!

But what happens when she moves out of home? Maybe sleepwalkers should have one of those emergency alert bracelets? I know that prolly sounds a bit over the top...but if they wore one and everyone knew that they were sleepwalkers then perhaps they could minimise risks?



posted on Jan, 7 2008 @ 12:50 PM
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That's truly unfortunate, young guy. I wonder if he was taking any sleep aids like Ambien CR. People have been stopped while driving half asleep on that stuff, not to mention sleep-eating and doing other things.

My brother used to sleep walk when we were kids, although I don't think he does it anymore. He walked out of the house and into the neighbors house once, and I think that was the only incident like that. Usually he was just walking around the house.



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