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2013-04-02 11:06:56 AM  
Sleep paralysis is one of the most awesome things I have experienced. The very first time, it scared the shiat out of me. I wake up, completely unable to move, and positive there is someone in the house with me ... I just can't see them. Apparently, anxiety/terror is part of the package and independent of the fact that being conscious but paralysed is also freaking scary.

Have had two more episodes since that first one, and am slowly learning to "enjoy the ride" in much the same way being on a rollercoaster is scary-fun.
 
2013-04-02 11:10:33 AM  
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2013-04-02 11:10:53 AM  

ArcadianRefugee: Sleep paralysis is one of the most awesome things I have experienced. The very first time, it scared the shiat out of me. I wake up, completely unable to move, and positive there is someone in the house with me ... I just can't see them. Apparently, anxiety/terror is part of the package and independent of the fact that being conscious but paralysed is also freaking scary.

Have had two more episodes since that first one, and am slowly learning to "enjoy the ride" in much the same way being on a rollercoaster is scary-fun.


I had the paralysis once, but no feeling of anyone else in the room.  The paralysis is terrifying all by itself.

I used to get head explosions a lot, those are pretty freaky the first couple times too.
 
2013-04-02 11:13:18 AM  
I used to get that in my 20s periodically. Except I never had the sense something else was there, the feeling I got was that I was about to float up off the bed, which should be pretty awesome, but it wasn't. I learned to just close my eyes and go back to sleep and the second time the system booted it would get it right.
 
2013-04-02 11:15:47 AM  
Growing up, I used to have sleep paralysis every night. No hallucinations though. Clearly I was doing it wrong.
 
2013-04-02 11:19:11 AM  

Marcus Aurelius: ArcadianRefugee: Sleep paralysis is one of the most awesome things I have experienced. The very first time, it scared the shiat out of me. I wake up, completely unable to move, and positive there is someone in the house with me ... I just can't see them. Apparently, anxiety/terror is part of the package and independent of the fact that being conscious but paralysed is also freaking scary.

Have had two more episodes since that first one, and am slowly learning to "enjoy the ride" in much the same way being on a rollercoaster is scary-fun.

I had the paralysis once, but no feeling of anyone else in the room.  The paralysis is terrifying all by itself.

I used to get head explosions a lot, those are pretty freaky the first couple times too.


I only get the paralysis if I'm home alone and decide to take a nap.  It does matter if I'm home sick or if I'm playing hookey from work.  I'm always positive I hear someone in the house.  I've become 'aware' that it is happening now so I try to talk and all that comes out is a gurgling sqeaky sound which I find funny and this usually wakes me all the way up.

Also, what are 'head explosions' Marcus Aurelius?
 
2013-04-02 11:19:17 AM  
ive had lifelong issues with sleep. sucks. i'm sleeping pretty well sans medication of any kind right now (besides cannabis) but i usually cycle in and out of bad sleep patterns in a given year. anxiety plays a huge role, too.

sleep para is real scary but it is an indicator that you can/will soon lucid dream, which is fun :)

after years of occasional sleep paralysis i still feel a bit of panic when it happens but for the most part, its just an annoyance now. just stay calm and take a deep breath and you'll fully wake up. it usually happens to me if im sleeping perfectly flat on my back. basically its the brain in the process of waking up in stages. it feels like minutes but really is only a second or two. i do NOT get the demon visions or the feeling like someone is sitting on me.

the loud booms i definitely get sometimes too, but less frequent. they're just the beginning or end of a dream, usually.
 
2013-04-02 11:19:40 AM  
I guess what I've had would class as sleep paralysis, even though there's not hallucinations.

About 3 times in the past few years I have 'awoken' and found myself seeming to struggle to breath and unable to move.  It always happens that I'm lying on my back.  It really does feel like I can't pull in a breath yet it is impossible to move.  It's horrible.  Absolutely one of the worst things I've ever experienced next to having heart issues.  I haven't had it for quite a few months now and hope that I never have it again.  Thank the gods it only lasts for a few seconds before my body jolts and I fully come too.

I don't get any hallucinations though and the weird thing is that although I'm pretty sure my eyes are close and they feel like they are closed I can kind of see my room about me.  It's probably just because my mind knows what my room looks like so it can bring up the memory.  It's always sort of foggy though, like I'm seeing it in a strange sort of shaded darkness.
 
2013-04-02 11:20:29 AM  
I used to get sleep paralysis about once a week, there's nothing awesome about it, I assure you :P


If you ever do get it, I've gotten really good of breaking out of it... try and scream and blink at the same time. Usually takes less than 5 seconds for me.
 
2013-04-02 11:20:38 AM  
I used to wake up and see a demon in the room, turns out it was my ex-wife.
 
2013-04-02 11:21:07 AM  
stupiddream:

Also, what are 'head explosions' Marcus Aurelius?

you're sleeping totally unconscious then BLAM you hear an imaginary michael bay movie explosion and are jolted awake. usually mine sound like a big dumpster coming loose from the giant dumptruck arm and crashing to the ground.

similar to the 'feeling of falling awake' phenom. like wooooooooaaaaaAHHHHHcrap im awake.
 
2013-04-02 11:24:28 AM  

stupiddream: Also, what are 'head explosions' Marcus Aurelius?

 
2013-04-02 11:25:42 AM  
i actually get sleep paralysis alot. since i was young. but im able to control it. i can count myself out or just lay there frozen. since having this im actually able to control certain things in my dreams. took me some time to really get control of it but now i do i can get out on this first shot.

so if i wake up and know im in that state. i just relax my mind and count...i...2...3 and then i jump. which usually breaks it. might take two times but im usually out on my first shot. funny thing was last week. my finace was awake watching TV, i had fallen asleep. i wake up in sleep paraylsis. my eyes are open and im kinda able to talk. so im looking at here saying to move me in this very low mumble. i had to say it like 5 times. so she got freaked out and scared. i eventually had to break my self out of it. so i did my counting, 1..2...3..and jumped basically out of the bed. but when i did i was still kinda paraylized. so i fell like a retard to the floor when i jumped up. after a few mins i started cracking up.

CSB off?
 
2013-04-02 11:25:49 AM  

ArcadianRefugee: Sleep paralysis is one of the most awesome things I have experienced. The very first time, it scared the shiat out of me. I wake up, completely unable to move, and positive there is someone in the house with me ... I just can't see them. Apparently, anxiety/terror is part of the package and independent of the fact that being conscious but paralysed is also freaking scary.

Have had two more episodes since that first one, and am slowly learning to "enjoy the ride" in much the same way being on a rollercoaster is scary-fun.


Same here. Feel like someone in room with me. It's also pretty close to lucid dreaming.

I read a while back that people who claim that they were abducted by aliens more than likely were experiencing sleep paralysis.  They thought someone was in the bedroom with them and they could not move or scream.

//could not see vid here at work.  Don't know if they covered that.
 
2013-04-02 11:26:04 AM  

ThatGuyFromTheInternet: stupiddream: Also, what are 'head explosions' Marcus Aurelius?


fark. Image throwaway. Anyways, [Scannersheadexplode.gif]
 
2013-04-02 11:27:55 AM  

jagarr: stupiddream:

Also, what are 'head explosions' Marcus Aurelius?

you're sleeping totally unconscious then BLAM you hear an imaginary michael bay movie explosion and are jolted awake. usually mine sound like a big dumpster coming loose from the giant dumptruck arm and crashing to the ground.

similar to the 'feeling of falling awake' phenom. like wooooooooaaaaaAHHHHHcrap im awake.


Thanks jagarr, thankfully I haven't had this unless you count the kid that lives in the house behind me coming home at 1 on a Wed. night booming his car stereo with his hippin' and a hoppin'.
 
2013-04-02 11:28:15 AM  
yeah as others mentioned i dont see demons or have these crazy visions. i can be in a dream like state but still control the dream
 
2013-04-02 11:29:48 AM  
I get it on a pretty regular basis, usually when taking a nap (sometimes sleeping).

Where I work used to be an old used car lot.  Our break room is the garage (no windows, concrete floors).  If I take a nap in the early mornings when I get here (and nobody else is here yet) I ALWAYS hear the sound of somebody walking around me when I am napping.  There are no external noises to explain it either (running machines or dripping pipes).

What I find crazy is when you are dreaming that you are laying in your bed sleeping.  And then when you are swear that you are getting out bed in the real world and then start to slowly realize that you are still laying down sleeping.  Then trying to "will" my leg to move out in the real world while I am trapped in the dream.

Also, why in the hell do none of the light switches work in my dreams!  I will be having a peaceful dream, go to turn on a light, and it never turns on!  Then I get worried and it goes from happy dream to I am being chased by xenomorphs from Aliens and damnit I hate it when that happens!.
 
2013-04-02 11:29:58 AM  

jagarr: stupiddream:

Also, what are 'head explosions' Marcus Aurelius?

you're sleeping totally unconscious then BLAM you hear an imaginary michael bay movie explosion and are jolted awake. usually mine sound like a big dumpster coming loose from the giant dumptruck arm and crashing to the ground.

similar to the 'feeling of falling awake' phenom. like wooooooooaaaaaAHHHHHcrap im awake.


Mine usually end with me feeling like I am falling into my own body. It used to scare me as a child, now I hardly think anything of it.

I find my paralysis happens mostly when I am falling asleep in a chair. I'll feel like I've gotten up and started to do some work before I realize I'm still sleeping then, whoosh back into my body and I'm either awake or paralysed in a fugue trying to wiggle my fingers.
 
2013-04-02 11:30:12 AM  
I've had 4 or 5 incidents of it over the last 15 years.  Fortunately, I never had the sort where I felt paranoid, terrified, or that there was someone in the room with me.  After the first time, it became something I tried to study a bit when it happened.  It was fun to try to locate a limb in my mind and try to make it move.  I found it funny that I couldn't, and knew that I'd go back to sleep and be fine the next time I woke up.

I can't imagine how awful it must be when you're terrified and can't move.
 
2013-04-02 11:31:17 AM  
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I farking hate Sleep Paralysis. You'd think after the thousandth time I'd be used to it now, but nope. Still just as terrifying as the the first time.
 
2013-04-02 11:32:33 AM  

jagarr: stupiddream:

Also, what are 'head explosions' Marcus Aurelius?

you're sleeping totally unconscious then BLAM you hear an imaginary michael bay movie explosion and are jolted awake. usually mine sound like a big dumpster coming loose from the giant dumptruck arm and crashing to the ground.

similar to the 'feeling of falling awake' phenom. like wooooooooaaaaaAHHHHHcrap im awake.


These I have fairly often.  I usually trip or fall off of a bike.  That one is not fun.
 
2013-04-02 11:38:05 AM  
FTFA: Surveys put the number of sleep paralysis sufferers between about 5 percent and 60 percent of the population.

That's some ... wide margins of error.

I only get sleep paralysis when laying on my back.  On my sides or stomach is no big deal.  In fact I can no longer sleep on my back at all because of it.  I've tried but my mind wont enter a sleep state on my back anymore.  Might be a subconscious reaction to it.  And I've been told by doctor's it's not apnea.
 
2013-04-02 11:42:16 AM  
I never had sleep paralysis. I first learned about it from the Mysterious Universe podcast, when they were talking about shadow people. It sounds pretty damned spooky. But I did have a dream last night that my son came into our room, waking me up to ask me a question. I tried to just sort of shoo him away without really saying anything much but he was insistent that I answer him, so I did. And I said it in real life, which I heard and which woke me up to realize that I had been dreaming. I always feel like such a twit when I do that.
 
2013-04-02 11:51:24 AM  

marius2: I used to get sleep paralysis about once a week, there's nothing awesome about it, I assure you :P


I used to get it in my teens & 20s with the same frequency. Of course, this was in the 1970s & 80s (pre-internet days), so there was virtually no literature written about it & no one I could really talk to without sounding like a complete mental case. I also got the strange shadowy alien apparitions & chest compression feelings with it; for many years, I honestly thought I was losing my mind - which only added to the whole sense of terror/dread.

Thank goodness for the internet age...

/hardly happens anymore, thank goodness
//I sound old
 
2013-04-02 11:56:20 AM  
I've had sleep paralysis twice that I know of.  First time was no big deal.  Second time I had the full on "There's something really REALLY BAD in the room!" feeling.   Thing is, the second time, my cat (who sleeps on the bed with me) was up also, staring at the bedroom door (where I thought the bad thing was too), back arched, tail fluffed, ears flattened, eyes slitted, mouth gaping in one of those "Something's about to lose three pounds of flesh." hisses.  And when the sleep para stopped, and the feeling of dread lifted, the cat stopped hissing, turned and looked at me and gave me a plaintive little "WTF was that?" meow.
 
2013-04-02 11:57:21 AM  

The Flexecutioner: FTFA: Surveys put the number of sleep paralysis sufferers between about 5 percent and 60 percent of the population.

That's some ... wide margins of error.


I'd have to err on the side of the 60 percent number since (anecdotal evidence warning) almost everyone i've ever talked to about my sleep para has had some experience with it.  it really is quite common. sleep issues are often related to anxiety and depression, unfortunately all too common issues nowadays that many people aren't seeking treatment for.
 
2013-04-02 11:57:33 AM  
I had a roommate that had sleep paralysis almost every night.  She would be paralyzed and have the feeling a person was touching her all over her body.  She worked with a psychiatrist for months to deal with it.  She changed her diet, her meds, her sleep hygiene, started meditation, etc ... and was eventually able to overcome it.  So I had to increase the dose of tetradotoxin.
 
2013-04-02 11:59:22 AM  

BigLuca: I had a roommate that had sleep paralysis almost every night.  She would be paralyzed and have the feeling a person was touching her all over her body.  She worked with a psychiatrist for months to deal with it.  She changed her diet, her meds, her sleep hygiene, started meditation, etc ... and was eventually able to overcome it.  So I had to increase the dose of tetradotoxin.


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2013-04-02 12:02:09 PM  
You are not unique little snowflakes.

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2013-04-02 12:03:49 PM  

BigLuca: I had a roommate that had sleep paralysis almost every night.  She would be paralyzed and have the feeling a person was touching her all over her body.  She worked with a psychiatrist for months to deal with it.  She changed her diet, her meds, her sleep hygiene, started meditation, etc ... and was eventually able to overcome it.  So I had to increase the dose of tetradotoxin.


haha nice
 
2013-04-02 12:04:19 PM  

BigLuca: I had a roommate that had sleep paralysis almost every night.  She would be paralyzed and have the feeling a person was touching her all over her body.  She worked with a psychiatrist for months to deal with it.  She changed her diet, her meds, her sleep hygiene, started meditation, etc ... and was eventually able to overcome it.  So I had to increase the dose of tetradotoxin.


I remember the Ether Bunny.
 
2013-04-02 12:08:09 PM  

jagarr: The Flexecutioner: FTFA: Surveys put the number of sleep paralysis sufferers between about 5 percent and 60 percent of the population.

That's some ... wide margins of error.

I'd have to err on the side of the 60 percent number since (anecdotal evidence warning) almost everyone i've ever talked to about my sleep para has had some experience with it.  it really is quite common. sleep issues are often related to anxiety and depression, unfortunately all too common issues nowadays that many people aren't seeking treatment for.


yeah but everyone ive ever talked to has had migraines.  but i think most of it is hyperbole and not particularly clinically accurate.  sleep paralysis and apnea are different things and apnea i think is often confused for anyone who awoke having difficulty breathing.  I'm more in the sub 20% of 7 billion people.
 
2013-04-02 12:12:18 PM  

Burr: What I find crazy is when you are dreaming that you are laying in your bed sleeping.  And then when you are swear that you are getting out bed in the real world and then start to slowly realize that you are still laying down sleeping.


Interesting. That happens to me quite a bit, and I thought I might be the only one. I've never bothered mentioning it to anyone, as I figured they'd just look at me and say "what?"
 
2013-04-02 12:17:11 PM  
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I had sleep paralysis on a pretty frequent clip in my 20s.  On the plus side, it led to my diagnosis of narcolepsy (EVENTUALLY).

On the minus side, Jesus f--king Christ I never got used to them.

/haven't had one in at least five years
//narcolepsy medication keeping them at bay, grew out of it, don't know, don't care
 
2013-04-02 12:18:54 PM  

The sound of one hand clapping: I guess what I've had would class as sleep paralysis, even though there's not hallucinations.

About 3 times in the past few years I have 'awoken' and found myself seeming to struggle to breath and unable to move.  It always happens that I'm lying on my back.  It really does feel like I can't pull in a breath yet it is impossible to move.  It's horrible.  Absolutely one of the worst things I've ever experienced next to having heart issues.  I haven't had it for quite a few months now and hope that I never have it again.  Thank the gods it only lasts for a few seconds before my body jolts and I fully come too.

I don't get any hallucinations though and the weird thing is that although I'm pretty sure my eyes are close and they feel like they are closed I can kind of see my room about me.  It's probably just because my mind knows what my room looks like so it can bring up the memory.  It's always sort of foggy though, like I'm seeing it in a strange sort of shaded darkness.


um, yeah, that's legit sleep paralysis.

Are hallucinations a common thing with them?  Other than the completely utter sense of dread and foreboding which I hope to never experience again, I never had any associated hallucinations.
 
2013-04-02 12:19:21 PM  
I still have it occasionally but now that I can sort of go with it, it's not so bad, before I knew what was happening it was very scary I had that whole feeling someone was right behind me and I couldn't move.
 
2013-04-02 12:21:35 PM  

StoPPeRmobile: You are not unique little snowflakes.

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/lucky the interwebs exist


I swear to God I refreshed before I posted.

So who else went to Google as soon as they could tear themselves out of bed (I forced myself to roll and fell on the floor), typed it in, and thought "oh thank f--king GOD I'm not crazy or dying?".

Cause we've got two so far.

/I grew up going to the DIA and didn't know what that picture was about.  First thing that came up in my search too.  Oh... *now* I get it...
 
2013-04-02 12:22:33 PM  

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Awesome.
 
2013-04-02 12:23:47 PM  
Am I the only one here whose sleep paralysis coincided with being on medication? I'm thinking it might have had to do with methylphenidate.
 
2013-04-02 12:24:01 PM  
There's a name for those "head explosions" but I can't think of it right now. I get them fairly often, just as I'm falling asleep.

I also get the sleep paralysis. I don't always see a malevolence in the room, but I do sometimes. It's usually a shadow with a face. It's darker than the darkness, but somehow it has a face and it looks right at you. That quote about looking into the abyss and the abyss looks into you sums it up perfectly.
 
2013-04-02 12:25:24 PM  

ArcadianRefugee: Sleep paralysis is one of the most awesome things I have experienced.


You are a strange guy.

After I figured out what it was at the very best it became annoying and tiresome

And those were the episodes without any type of hallucination. Every time that little goblin thingy showed up in the corner of my eye it was horrible no matter how well I managed to focus.
 
2013-04-02 12:25:49 PM  

jagarr: The Flexecutioner: FTFA: Surveys put the number of sleep paralysis sufferers between about 5 percent and 60 percent of the population.

That's some ... wide margins of error.

I'd have to err on the side of the 60 percent number since (anecdotal evidence warning) almost everyone i've ever talked to about my sleep para has had some experience with it.  it really is quite common. sleep issues are often related to anxiety and depression, unfortunately all too common issues nowadays that many people aren't seeking treatment for.


Really?  I honestly would go to the low side of that.  A few people I've talked to about it say "oh, yeah, I know what that's like" then after I explain it realize it was something entirely different.

Wiki says 6.2%.  Although I agree with you that sleep disorders aren't taken seriously.  Other than apnea, which I assume is because it's a moneymaker and plenty of people getting checked out for it are on Medicare.
 
2013-04-02 12:26:15 PM  
My college roommate dealt with this a lot, and it led to her her having a religious epiphany and [briefly, thank fark] becoming an evangelical Christian.  FANTASTIC.
 
2013-04-02 12:32:24 PM  

Drunken_Polar_Bear: I've had sleep paralysis twice that I know of.  First time was no big deal.  Second time I had the full on "There's something really REALLY BAD in the room!" feeling.   Thing is, the second time, my cat (who sleeps on the bed with me) was up also, staring at the bedroom door (where I thought the bad thing was too), back arched, tail fluffed, ears flattened, eyes slitted, mouth gaping in one of those "Something's about to lose three pounds of flesh." hisses.  And when the sleep para stopped, and the feeling of dread lifted, the cat stopped hissing, turned and looked at me and gave me a plaintive little "WTF was that?" meow.


That's pretty freaky/scary. Animals are aware of stuff we can't generally perceive.
 
2013-04-02 12:39:33 PM  

Marcus Aurelius: I used to get head explosions a lot, those are pretty freaky the first couple times too.


Holy shiat, THAT'S what those are!

Over the past year or so (only two or three times), I've ocasionally been falling asleep, and then there's been this brief, weird sensation like I've been... I'm not sure how to describe it. Smacked in the head, but mentally? Like what I imagine a 'psychic slap' would feel like, if, well, psychic powers were actually real. Sometimes there's a sort-of-noise, but it's more like.. the IDEA of a noise, since I don't actually hear anything/hear it from in my own head.

Okay good, I am not actually going crazy.
 
2013-04-02 12:40:28 PM  

Burr: Also, why in the hell do none of the light switches work in my dreams!  I will be having a peaceful dream, go to turn on a light, and it never turns on!  Then I get worried and it goes from happy dream to I am being chased by xenomorphs from Aliens and damnit I hate it when that happens!.


I farking wonder that too.

The light switches in my dreams SOMETIMES work, but it's not consistent. Usually this is what alerts me to the fact that I'm dreaming, actually (I lucid dream quite often...so it doesn't weird me out or anything). I'll dream that I've woken up, go to turn on some lights, and nothing happens. Then I'm thinking "godamnit I'm still asleep...." and get all angry, and try to wake myself up from the dream.
Sometime I'll dream that I've woken myself up several times, before I ACTUALLY wake up, and it seems to take forever to "escape" the dream. I wake up all groggy and disconcerted, and I have to get up and move around and turn on the lights to wake up all the way and stop spazzing out.
I don't mind lucid dreaming, but when it's a dream about doing mundane tasks like waking up and turning on lights, it's just farking tedious and I wanna wake up.
 
2013-04-02 12:41:04 PM  

ThatGuyFromTheInternet: Am I the only one here whose sleep paralysis coincided with being on medication? I'm thinking it might have had to do with methylphenidate.


Interesting idea. I used to be on that for ADD about ten years ago, and have had some weird sleep phenomenon. I kinda had the opposite of sleep paralysis though.

I was dreaming that someone was trying to rape me and i put my legs together, pulled back and kicked as hard as I could. I woke up just in time to see my feet about to connect with my ex's sleeping body, but unable to stop myself.
 
2013-04-02 12:43:02 PM  

Ihaveanevilparrot: I don't mind lucid dreaming, but when it's a dream about doing mundane tasks like waking up and turning on lights, it's just farking tedious and I wanna wake up.


Or repetitive cycling dreams.

Or motherfarking equation dreams. I HATE equation dreams.

Lucid dreaming is fun, though!
Although I've lapsed into this weird thing I can only describe as 'pseudo-lucid dreaming'. Where my dream-actor seems to be aware it's a dream, but the me-that's-watching-the-dream doesn't. (If that makes sense? Fully lucid dreams always tend to have a different 'feel' to them than those.)
 
2013-04-02 12:47:32 PM  

dopekitty74: I woke up just in time to see my feet about to connect with my ex's sleeping body, but unable to stop myself.


I pushed my ex-gf out of bed once because I had a dream that I was fighting somebody.

She was not amused.
 
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