Mystery of Sleep Paralysis Sleep

You open your eyes. You just sleep for a few hours. You can feel your mind hovering between consciousness. Trying to collect the consciousness, you try to get up. But, there is something wrong. Your body can not move, shortness of breath, as if there are invisible creatures who step on your chest. You opened your mouth and started to scream, no sound came out. Someone is strangling my neck, you think. There is something wrong.

  Yes, you get the point. We've all been there. Some refer to this phenomenon as the superimposed ghost or erep-erep. I do not know what the official Indonesian language. Dont worry, you are not disturbed spirits. This scientific explanation.

At the time of this experience we would usually difficult to move and then there was a little cold from toe spread throughout the body. To be able to wake up, the only way is to move the tip of the feet, hands or head end at full speed until the entire body can be moved back, usually accompanied by the emergence of the shadow of darkness. This is assumed to "cramp" the spirits most people.

Sleep Paralysis According to medical circumstances when people will be sleeping or waking up feeling shortness of breath such as strangulation, chest tightness, difficulty moving and hard body called sleep paralysis aka screaming sleep paralysis (because the body can not move and seemed paralyzed). Almost everyone has experienced it. At least once or twice in his life. Sleep paralysis can happen to anyone, male or female.

And the average age of the first time this sleep disorder is 14-17 years. Sleep paralysis aka squeezing can indeed take place in a matter of seconds to minutes. Interestingly, when squeezing occurs we often experience hallucinations, such as seeing a black shadow figure or around the bed. Not surprisingly, this phenomenon is also often associated with the occult.
In the Western world, a phenomenon often referred squeezing nightmare Inkubus or old hag by shadow form that appears. There is also a secret agent who thought he saw a foreign or alien.
While in some medieval paintings, squeezing illustrated by figure demon occupying the chest of a woman to her fears and difficulty breathing.

Sleep Deprivation According to Al Cheyne, researchers from the University of Waterloo, Canada, sleep paralysis, is a kind of hallucination due to malfunctions in the stage of sleep rapid eye movement (REM). As a science, based on brain waves, sleep is divided into 4 stages.

Stage it is the lightest stage of sleep (we are still semi-conscious), a deeper stage of sleep, the deepest sleep and REM stages. At this stage the dream happen. When the condition of the body is too tired or lack of sleep, the brain waves are not supposed to follow the stages of sleep. So, from the waking state (while he was sleeping) to the lightest stage of sleep, and then immediately j

When the brain is suddenly awakened from REM stage but the body is not, this is where sleep paralysis occurs. We are very aware of, but the body could not move. Plus the hallucinations appeared another figure that is actually a characteristic of the dream.

In addition, sleep paralysis can also be caused by something that can not be controlled. Consequently, there is stress and carried over into the dream. The work environment also affected. For example, you are working in shifts so that lack of sleep or have irregular sleep patterns. Although common, this sleep disorder should be wary. Because sleep paralysis may be a sign of narcolepsy (sudden sleep attacks without signs of sleepiness), sleep apnea (snoring), anxiety, or depression.

If you frequently experience this sleep disorder, you should make notes on sleep patterns for a couple of weeks. This will help you determine the cause. Then, overcome by avoiding triggers. When the squeezing caused too tired, try to rest more. Lack of sleep also should not be underestimated. If it is causing sleep paralysis, the condition means it's heavy. Immediate need for self-evaluation and inadequate sleep. Try to sleep 8-10 hours at the same hour every night.

Keep in mind also, SEEP paralysis usually occurs in people who sleep in the supine position (face up and almost in a state of almost sleep or waking from sleep). That is why, we need to frequently changing sleep position to reduce the risk of this sleep disorder. Well, if the overlap with other symptoms, it's good to get to the doctor or a sleep specialist sleep laboratory for further examination. Usually the doctor will ask when the overlap begins and how long it has lasted. Note that you have created earlier will be very helpful when it went to the doctor.

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