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User avatar #13 - cdm (04/16/2014) [+] (11 replies)
Ah, sleep paralysis. Fun times. "Well, great. Can't move. Just stay calm and wait, you're fine. Stay calm, there's nothing to worry about. You know there's no one in here; you locked the door. Then again, you didn't look under your bed when you came home, did you? What is it most people seem to hallucinate? Aliens? Good thing those aren't real. Except for that one crawling around beside you."

"Hey, did you notice you stopped breathing? Seriously, how'd you manage to get your blanket wrapped around your neck? Too bad you can't move. Welp, have fun with asphyxiation."

"Oh, this again. Well, it's fine. Don't freak out like last time. That was bad. Say, is your heart beating fast? Like, really fast? Aw, man, it's getting faster. That can't be healthy. Maybe you're going into shock. Wouldn't this be a fun way to die?"

**** you, brain.

Just focus on a single muscle. As soon as you manage to make one thing move, it's like hitting the reset button.
User avatar #1 - ihearcolors (04/16/2014) [+] (11 replies)
I one woke up and couldn't open my eyes because they were crusted shut and my arms were completely asleep and I could not move them, I had to lie there for ten minutes while I waited for my arms to regain circulation all the while thinking I had gone blind.
#67 - eezo (04/17/2014) [+] (5 replies)
LITERALLY MY BIGGEST FEAR EVER


And it's not scary in the "Holy **** I can die" way

It's scary in the "I don't want to ******* know what horrible things my mind can come up with" way
#6 - evilhomer ONLINE (04/16/2014) [+] (1 reply)
Usually when I get sleep paralysis i also get fixated breathing  I don't know how is it called scientifically and let me tell you it's the 						*******					 worst.    
You do not control your breathing but  you breath like you were sleeping, meaning your taking a lot of short breaths and exhales. I have a huge fear of suffocating and it feels like your about  to every time you exhale.
Usually when I get sleep paralysis i also get fixated breathing I don't know how is it called scientifically and let me tell you it's the ******* worst.
You do not control your breathing but you breath like you were sleeping, meaning your taking a lot of short breaths and exhales. I have a huge fear of suffocating and it feels like your about to every time you exhale.
User avatar #102 - CakemanRPG (04/17/2014) [+] (1 reply)
Holy **** I can relate to this

>be a month ago
>be half asleep
>eyes are barely open
>shift gaze over to my dresser which is like 15 feet from bed
>see a long limbed impish-like creature perched on dresser
>creature is extremely out of focus and I can barely recall its features
>see its head jerk up
>with supernatural speed it drops to the floor and sprints towards me
>adrenaline kicks in
>squeeze my eyes shut right where it was inches before my faces
>my heart's pounding and I open my eyes after a few seconds to see nothing
>lay in bed for a good thirty minutes contemplating whether I should see an exorcist or not
User avatar #46 - Dave Cee (04/16/2014) [+] (8 replies)
I don't know what happens to me but sometimes when I wake up I can see things watching me and moving then I try turn to the side and look away but they reappear right in front of me watching me! Sometimes they just stare then leap the **** is hella scary yo'
User avatar #48 to #46 - kitarierose (04/16/2014) [-]
You wouldn't be able to turn your side during sleep paralysis. During sleep paralysis, you cannot move at all. I think you should call an exorcist. or ghost busters
#16 - sinery (04/16/2014) [-]
I only ever lucid dream with my morning wood.
#9 - sirquidam ONLINE (04/16/2014) [+] (8 replies)
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User avatar #21 - Lintutu (04/16/2014) [+] (10 replies)
I've never experienced this. What is it like?
#28 to #21 - mooproxy (04/16/2014) [-]
Basically imagine that your subconscious mind is pissed at you for no apparent reason, and so will create whatever it can to scare you. You can't move and your mind knows exactly what will terrify you.
Ever read that creepypasta about the guy projecting an image of his subconscious mind? It's kinda like the end part of that.
Here it is if you've not read it: creepypasta.wikia.com/wiki/Tulpa
#91 - rimjobmcgee (04/17/2014) [+] (9 replies)
Is there a way to cause sleep paralysis? I really wanna have it
User avatar #93 to #91 - mypickinuraxe (04/17/2014) [-]
Wake yourself up when you're about to fall into deep sleep. Do this by holding your arm at a 90 degree angle against your side when you go to sleep. (Lie on your back) You should wake yourself up when your arm hits the bed. Have fun at therapy.
User avatar #36 - rapsuskiller (04/16/2014) [+] (3 replies)
Oh, and another story:

One time, a voice sounded in my head while in paralysis that told me it would all be normal/fine when I got out out of my own head as if I was the voice inside other personĀ“s head

One of the most terrifying things that has happened to me
User avatar #32 - thebrownydestroyer **User deleted account** (04/16/2014) [-]
Use to keep slipping into sleep paralysis quite often for about the first 7 years of my life, the constant nightmare of the big black figure looking over me made it so I had to have various forms of therapy to finally dim them down a bit. It's not really the things you see in the dream that **** you up, it's the fact that sometimes you are unable to move and however hard you try, you just can't do **** . Hell sometimes I wouldn't be able to open my eyes properly to see what was going on, and it just seems so real.
Good times, good times
funny story actually my father was in the navy at the time so when he came back I use to tell him about the "big black man" as I would call him, so he starting thinking that my mum was cheating on him with a black fellow
#309 - EdwardNigma (04/17/2014) [+] (3 replies)
Handy hints from a guy who gets sleep paralysis often.   
One: Close your eyes, keep them shut. I don't care how curious you are as to what your mind will conjure up in the dark, keep your 						*******					 eyes shut or you won't sleep for a god damn week.   
Two: Struggle to move, try and force yourself to move, think about moving and realise it's not real to try and force yourself properly awake.   
Three: Calm the 						****					 down, it's not real and will go away.   
Four: Lay on your side, if you lay on your back, it makes sleep paralysis more likely. This is particularly helpful if you've already gotten it. God damn I miss sleeping on my back though.   
Five: Don't think about it when going to sleep, if your mind drifts to it, send it right the 						****					 away.   
Six: I'm serious 						******					, keep your eyes shut.   
   
Thats all I got.
Handy hints from a guy who gets sleep paralysis often.
One: Close your eyes, keep them shut. I don't care how curious you are as to what your mind will conjure up in the dark, keep your ******* eyes shut or you won't sleep for a god damn week.
Two: Struggle to move, try and force yourself to move, think about moving and realise it's not real to try and force yourself properly awake.
Three: Calm the **** down, it's not real and will go away.
Four: Lay on your side, if you lay on your back, it makes sleep paralysis more likely. This is particularly helpful if you've already gotten it. God damn I miss sleeping on my back though.
Five: Don't think about it when going to sleep, if your mind drifts to it, send it right the **** away.
Six: I'm serious ****** , keep your eyes shut.

Thats all I got.
User avatar #219 - hybredmoon (04/17/2014) [+] (8 replies)
Let me attempt to dispel some fear with a bit of knowledge (Might be a long read, but maybe it will help someone)
As a long term sufferer of sleep apnea (I literally stop breathing multiple times throughout the night) I've had probably more than the average person's experience with sleep paralysis. I sleep, airway collapses, brain says 'oh **** we're dying!' and I wake up just enough to take a forced breath, usually landing me in a sleep paralysis episode.
First Sleep paralysis is a perfectly natural and safe thing that 90-95% go through every night. The other 5-10% of people are chronic sleep walkers. That being said, yes it can be SCARY AS **** to wake up and find yourself caught in this strange phenomenon. Like most scary things though, the largest part of the fear comes from not knowing whats going on.
Sleep paralysis is the mechanism our bodies use to prevent us from physically acting out our dreams as we sleep. It's a safe guard that kept our ancestors from walking off cliffs while they dreamed of chasing dinner, and it prevents us from walking out into traffic while we dream of chasing super models.
Sometimes though things get messed up. You see, there are two different parts to sleep: Physical and mental. What I mean is that your body can be asleep while your mind is still awake and active. When you're lying there at night and you get that weird itch or sudden urge to roll over for no reason that's your brain checking to see if your body is ready for sleep. When you stop responding to these signals the brain assumes you are ready for sleep and initiates shut down procedures. Normally you don't notice it but sometimes things go wrong or you mentally wake up from sleep before your body is alert and active.
That's sleep paralysis: your mind is awake but your body is asleep. (Continued in a reply)
#212 - Toximan (04/17/2014) [+] (2 replies)
You experience sleep paralysis every night. It's so you don't flail in your dreams. It also explains why it's hard to punch in your dreams because you need to IRL as well, not just in your dreams.
#237 - micekill ONLINE (04/17/2014) [+] (4 replies)
i once had sleep paralysis and a huge spider fell in front of, luckily it was all a hallucination, still, nearly shat my pants. some time later and many sleep paralysis experiences later, i woke up with sleep paralysis and a demon girl with big ol titties was on top of me, scary, but i realized "it is just a dream" so i enjoyed it for the 2 seconds it lasted
User avatar #242 to #241 - jaggedpvp (04/17/2014) [-]
is oke
#60 - willys (04/17/2014) [-]
I had it probably a good dozen or more times throughout my childhood (not once since, don't ask me why) and it always lasted about 20-30 seconds and I would just try to move my muscles slowly until they worked.

Then one ******* day, I woke up with sleep paralysis and my face was buried in my pillow. Not like someone did it to me, just I rolled over and my face landed in my pillow evidently. So I woke up, couldn't breathe, and couldn't move. So I just relaxed for like 20 seconds thinking it would go away and it wouldn't ******* go away. So I started panicking and desperately trying to move and could feel a vague sense in my muscles but nothing was happening and it probably took a full minute before I was able to roll myself enough to breathe.

That ****** fear.
#34 - infraredanus ONLINE (04/16/2014) [+] (2 replies)
I slip in and out of sleep paralysis and lucid dreams a lot... Someone must really hate me, because one minute I'm flying through the air while ******* the hottest chick in my school, the next, I'm fully conscious with very very terrifyingly impaired breathing... I always think I'm about to suffocate. Never any creepy things happening. Just the feeling of not being able to move or breath.
#22 - anonymous (04/16/2014) [+] (4 replies)
www.thesleepparalysisproject.org/

Freaky **** man. I've had it for several years and this video still creeps me out.
#87 to #22 - Vooduty (04/17/2014) [-]
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User avatar #19 - drzix (04/16/2014) [-]
There was a point where i'd have this every night. You kinda half get used to it when it happens that often. Go to sleep, wake up 10 minutes later unable to move. It was usually only auditory hallucinations (Because the way i sleep, if i were to open my eyes all i can see is my desk) thank god, but hearing a someone screaming and crying in an empty house in unnerving nonetheless
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