I would take her to a nerologist and have them do an MRI. Not to scare you but a little girl in my community had headsches and dizzness and she has brain cancer. I get migranes and got an MRI to rule out anything serious. I was also treated by the neurologist for my headaches. This could aslo be puberity it tends to cause headaches in some girls. I have a 15 year old daughter thats why I know that. hope this helped...good luck..View Thread
I was going to do the sleep study but it was about $3000 out of pocket. Try reading info on "night terrors" my son walks too...he doesnt remember anything either...I posted a letter about the 3 hours after he is in bed...try it!!!View Thread
My son is 9 and a sleep walker too. He has had "night terrors" since he was an infant. Be glad your son isn't hitting you and screaming for you when you are standing infront of him. Anyway, the one thing that I have found after reading for years about the sleep walking is if you go in his room exactly 3 hours after he is asleep and just nudge him so he kinda comes out of his deep sleep. I just nudge him and tell him I love him and give him a kiss. But it keeps them from falling into that initial "deep sleep" when they walk. See how long he has been asleep when it happens...Like if he goes to bed at 8:30pm check him at 11:00pm. You have to do this every night for about 2 weeks. I still go up and do this when he has had a long day or is really tired. My son gets up and walks down stairs to my room and I have to walk him back up stairs and make him go pee then put him back in bed. I turn on the light in the bathroom and he kinda wakes up, but he doesnt remember anything in the morning. I hope this helps! good luck!View Thread
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