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... I had the same thing happen to me when I was 15. It lasted for less than a year, so it may have been triggered by hormones. ... (9 replies)
... Don't know if this is exactly the same problem you have but wanted to share. I am a 49 year old male, average build etc... Started developing a serious sleeping problem that was quite frightening. ... (6 replies)
... g about this, please help. i am a 25 year old female in good physical condition. in the past year, this has happened 2 times, the second being last night. i woke up and was physically unable to take a breath. ... (6 replies)

... I read on an older post that there are others with this issue, such a relief to see I am not the only one experiencing this problem. ... (0 replies)
... I could just about make one limb move very slowly, sometime this worked to snap me out of it and sometimes I just gave into it and went back to sleep. Sometimes I would find I could make a noise and wake myself out of it, often I was mute as well. ... (10 replies)
... It is normal to be "paralyzed" during sleep as you say, but that is just the body's method of keeping you from moving around an hurting yourself while sleeping. ... (6 replies)
... rom sleep paralysis since i was about 15, im now 23, its always come and gone throughout the years, at first it scared the hell out of me but now im sort of used to it and its never been a huge problem until now. ... (2 replies)
... Seyzna, Does this problem happen when you are waking up? ... (4 replies)
... Thanks for the reply. I am always tired during the day. I could start drifting off at anytime. I force myself not to fall asleep though. Like when I'm driving, I put the radio on loud or put the window down. ... (14 replies)
... I was unable to move any part of my body. I can't remember if my eyes were opened or closed. ... (7 replies)
... I think recognize this and it's not a disease or disorder. It is your conscious waking up while your body is still asleep. If you read up on this and understand it, it will not scare you when it happens and you can recognize it for what it is and just go back to sleep. ... (6 replies)
... again. I'm 24 years old, and have been in generally good health, I have a history of anxiety and depression on both sides of my family. I am however, more prone to suffering from anxiety which in turn causes my insomnia to get worse from time to time. ... (2 replies)




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