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    My first experience with sleep paralysis it started of with someone was right behind me laughing into my ear but in my dream I taught I was awake I taught I was going mad so I tried to ignore it and it start tingling my feet I kept tryna push my foot away and then the next thing was I threw myself in beside the wall beside my bed and took into a convolution still in my dream I tried to grab thing to throw them of the wall so someone could hear me I tried to scream and shout and it wouldn't let me call out that's when I started to panic then when someone walked in my door there was nurses and doctors trying to give me a needle to help me relax I had to keep telling myself to wake up it felt like a lifttime and I'm scared to fall asleep now
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    I can be scary if you've never had it before.

    Next time try and focus on wiggling a toe or finger, it should bring you out of it quicker.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    My first experience with sleep paralysis it started of with someone was right behind me laughing into my ear but in my dream I taught I was awake I taught I was going mad so I tried to ignore it and it start tingling my feet I kept tryna push my foot away and then the next thing was I threw myself in beside the wall beside my bed and took into a convolution still in my dream I tried to grab thing to throw them of the wall so someone could hear me I tried to scream and shout and it wouldn't let me call out that's when I started to panic then when someone walked in my door there was nurses and doctors trying to give me a needle to help me relax I had to keep telling myself to wake up it felt like a lifttime and I'm scared to fall asleep now
    Yo listen you'll be alright just sleep on your stomach it lessens the chances of it happening again and don't stay up to long get the 8 hours of sleep I'll explain the science behind the latter in unscientific terms so basically you stay up too long your brain will stay in a constant state of caution and will make you hallucinate some weird lsd crap.
 
 
 
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