In a now-viral tweet, business owner Celina Myers can be seen marching through her living room with an armful of beverages before making her way outside and throwing the drinks onto her lawn. According to Myers, she was at a pool party, and she believed her lawn was in fact a jello pool. I remember throwing things into the jello pool, like it was really weird. The footage, which has now been viewed 2. She explained how her sleepwalking is usually triggered by eating either cheese or chocolate just before she goes to bed, but is generally a nonissue for her day-to-day life. In the first TikTok, which inspired her series capturing herself sleepwalking, Myers shares how a combination of both foods led to her being locked out of a hotel room completely naked last month. I was really close to the front desk, and I kind of just put my head around the corner," Myers said. With the help of hotel staff, Myers was able to return to her room but not before capturing the comical moment for her TikTok followers. The reaction to the ordeal gave her the idea to document just what goes down when Myers is in her sleepwalking state. She intentionally induced her condition, with her husband on standby to make sure she wouldn't endanger herself.
Her husband installed cameras and hilarity ensued.
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Sleepwalking is very common in kids. Most kids who walk in their sleep only do so occasionally and outgrow it by the teen years. Kids tend to sleepwalk within an hour or two of falling asleep and may walk around for anywhere from a few seconds to 30 minutes.
Facebook Twitter Email. CNN — Most of us have accidentally left our hotel room without the door key. Not so many have left our hotel room without our clothes -- and done it while we're still fast asleep.