Sleepwalking is more common among adults, but is not strictly restricted to them. Some children may also suffer from this medical condition. Children with sleepwalking, as in the case of adults too, usually get up in the middle of the night without conscious control of their actions. This is commonly seen in children between four and eight years of age. Most children usually grow out of it. In some cases, sleepwalking in children may be dangerous. As they may sustain or cause injuries to others unintentionally since they are unable to control themselves.