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    Sleep Paralysis

    Is sleep paralysis the scariest experience there is or what?

    I have heard of explanations claiming that, sleep paralysis happens when your mind wakes up in the middle of the night, but your body doesn't.

    Personally, I have had this traumatic experience happen to me a couple of times and I wouldn't wish it upon anyone. You wake up at night and for some weird reason you can't move or speak, but you are aware of everything. It lasts for a few seconds but I promise you it will feels like a lifetime!

    Anyone had this happen to him/her?

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    I remember this being discussed years ago. It sounds scary. I've experienced things that share a lot in common with sleep paralysis, so I can certainly understand.

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    Aw shit, I've had experiences with it before. I've had some scary as fuck hallucinations that came with it. Because you're sort if in the middle between being awake and being asleep, it comes off as more real, making all the more terrifying. I had one time where I was on my bed and my mattress was breathing. Like in inhaled and exhaled and I can feel it breathing in and out beneath me. Before I know it, I had a hand coming from under my bed, pinning my head to my pillow and then this grayish figure with no eyes and this big grin came raised his head and said some shit. Forgot what it was, I was too scared to pay attention to what he said. I struggled to get my head free and I bolted up and back into reality. I was petrified after that. I was wondering if my apartment was plagued with demons or something like that. I had another that was pretty scary. Sometimes I would sleep with the blanket over my head and during this episode, I heard someone running towards my bed and felt someone jumping on top of me. I struggled abit, only to wake up properly. I hope to God that I never have to relive this episode. I swear, it's gonna give me a heart attack one of these days if it does.

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    I have only experienced something like this once and it was when I was in my teens. I had very bad body image issues so I thought I was overweight when I wasn't and stupid me found weight loss pills in my brother's nightstand. I took 2 which was the recommended dose but then I ate pizza so I took 2 more in the evening. I ended up losing feeling in my legs for about 10 minutes. I ended up puking up blood too. Never told my mom about it. I just told her I was sick. It scared the crap out of me.

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    I feel like sleep paralysis exploded into the public consciousness when creepypastas and that movie 'Insidious' got big. Never heard about it before roughly 2011, then everyone and their mother has had an experience with it. Also Lucid Dreaming. I'm not saying it doesn't happen as both are fairly well documented, but I'm interested to see if the number of reported cases goes down with time. It seems a lot of people manage to induce sleep paralysis via attempting to lucid dream because you wake up during REM sleep while your body is paralyzed?
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    Yeah I've experienced sleep paralysis about 3 times but the last one about 15 years ago was the most frightful one.

    It was about 7PM and I was really tired and didn't take dinner I was lying down my bed and fell asleep. Then suddenly I woke up around 3AM and I can't move. I don't remember dreaming so it's not lucid dreaming. I'm just paralyzed and I tried shouting but I can't shout. Then I tried to relax closed my eyes and slowly I felt my hand twitch and my toe move. I opened my eyes and I was able to move again.

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    I experience it a couple of times back when I am on my highschool days. It tends to be startling on the off chance that you don't recognize what it is yet once you get instructed regarding the matter things change. I realize that it's a horrendous inclination to encounter yet how about we look what causes it and how you can treat it. I feel like someone is choking me and I am unable to move for a couple of minutes and I think that is a very scary experienced I've ever encountered.

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