The charity is hoping the event will offer an alternative Christmas night out for friends and families, giving Mancunians of all abilities the opportunity to brave the winter conditions and walk 10k across their cities to raise much needed funds. New research from Shelter has found that 1 in in the City of Manchester are currently homeless, and 78 families became homeless every day across England last year. And homelessness is continuing to rise in England, with the number of homeless households living in temporary accommodation in England having increased by more than 4, since last year. According to the latest government figures, in the last year a household becomes homeless every 4 minutes in England.
Sleepwalking is a disorder that occurs when people walk or do other activity while they are still asleep. The normal sleep cycle has stages, from light drowsiness to deep sleep. During the stage called rapid eye movement REM sleep, the eyes move quickly and vivid dreaming is most common. Sleepwalking somnambulism most often occurs during deep, non-REM sleep called N3 sleep early in the night. Sleepwalking is much more common in children and young adults than in older adults. This is because as people age, they have less N3 sleep. Sleepwalking tends to run in families. Fatigue, lack of sleep, and anxiety are all associated with sleepwalking. In adults, sleepwalking may occur due to:.
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Sleepwalking , also known as somnambulism or noctambulism , is a phenomenon of combined sleep and wakefulness. These activities can be as benign as talking , sitting up in bed, walking to a bathroom, consuming food , and cleaning, or as hazardous as cooking, driving a motor vehicle,   violent gestures, grabbing at hallucinated objects,  or even homicide. Although sleepwalking cases generally consist of simple, repeated behaviors, there are occasionally reports of people performing complex behaviors while asleep, although their legitimacy is often disputed. Although their eyes are open, their expression is dim and glazed over. It typically occurs within the first third of the night when slow-wave sleep is most prominent. Sleepwalking is characterized by: . The sleepwalker's eyes are open but may appear as a glassy-eyed stare or blank expression and pupils are dilated. They are often disoriented, consequent to awakening: the sleepwalker may be confused and perplexed, and might not know why or how they got out of bed; however, the disorientation will fade within minutes.