Spider Paranoia

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    Literally just woke up to what I think I hallucinated was a spider on the wall. It moved very fast and wasn't in sight for long (tbh I was in that state of falling asleep before I woke up). So I was like **** and looked at my bed. To my surprise, there was actually a real spider there. After shutting my pants 5 mins, I realised that trapping it was the harder option and chose to grab the newspaper I had in my room. It's gone now, but I am paranoid af. Tbh, this is something I'll laugh off tomorrow. Anyone else experienced this paranoia in the middle of the night, any advice?

    I have a fear of spiders but never hallucinated spiders. If this is a common occurrence you might need to see a doctor.
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