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Sleep Paralysis and Ghost Visions : Documentary

Documentary exploring sleep paralysis and ghostly visions. Have you ever woken up but been able to move? Sleep paralysis is paralysis associated with sleep that may occur in healthy persons or may be associated with narcolepsy, cataplexy, and hypnagogic hallucinations.

Physiologically, sleep paralysis is closely related to REM atonia, the paralysis that occurs as a natural part of REM (rapid eye movement) sleep.

Sleep paralysis occurs either when falling asleep, or when awakening. When it occurs upon falling asleep, the person remains aware while the body shuts down for REM sleep, and it is called hypnagogic or predormital sleep paralysis.

Sleep Paralysis — Ghost Visions explores people’s experience with the sleep phenomenon and attempts to explain why it happens.

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I have sleep paralysis quite often. I’ve learned to turn my fear into faith and have astral projections. Nothing but good experiences once I’ve changed my level on conciousness.

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my son has been saying a man has been talking too him and telling him to do things this started when he was 14 years old its terrifying sometimes he can go for days without sleep and has to wear head phones listening to music to drowned out the voices . i went to the doctors who refered him to see a phyciatricst who put him on medication which sort of helped but then gradually got severly worse which resulted in my son getting sectioned under the mental health act . when we fianally thought things were getting better my… Read more »

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This has happened to me many times when i was alone in the house i was always frightened to go to bed. It felt like someone is holding my feet and i cant move. first even i was drawn to those ghostly things but actually when i thought about it in a really different way it seemed to be just like what the doctor had explained in this video actually when we sleep in anxiety or in fear we get awake and our senses like ears eyes are seeing and hearing what our brain is showing. At this point two… Read more »