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strangerlady
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Unread post Tue Jan 16, 2018 10:10 am

I often get sleep paralysis , usually there is a shadowy character peaking on me or coming closer or looking at me and me trying to shout and get up and move my body but i cant so i shout and get up...and when i wake up there is nothing there... i usually scared after that... i wonder what that mean does anyone else feel that way ... is this normal, has a medical reason to it or is simply something supernatural?

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Peacekeeper
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Unread post Sat Feb 17, 2018 12:46 am

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AugieGod
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Unread post Sat Apr 07, 2018 10:42 am

The scientific explanation is that sleep paralysis is basically the phase between being asleep and being awake, when your mind has woken up, but your body hasn't yet. They say being in this in-between stage can cause visual or auditory hallucinations, like seeing a shadowy figure or hearing voices.

Personally, I think sometimes this can be brought on by something paranormal, and sometimes its something just totally natural. But I'm no expert.

Either way, don't worry, it's totally normal. You aren't alone. I heard roughly 10% of people experience sleep paralysis at some point in their lives. Don't be too scared, and when it happens, just stay calm and wait it out. Hope something in that was helpful :)

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