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You jerk awake in the middle of the night in confusion. Is there a figure standing in the corner of the room? Your brain begs your limbs to move, but nothing happens. The anxiety increases. Your eyes scan the room. Just as you're about to hit peak panic, you sit up and the figure disappears.

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You've just experienced sleep paralysis, one of many "parasomnias," which is the name experts give to all sorts of weird things that occur during sleep.
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Sleep paralysis happens when the brain incapacitates the body to prevent it from acting out the vivid dreams occurring during REM (or, rapid eye movement) sleep. It often comes with a feeling of immobility, and a sense of choking.
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The good news is, it's absolutely normal. Even if it's terrifying.
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But when sleep paralysis happens outside of deep sleep 鈥 when a person is just dozing off or waking up 鈥 it can be "disruptive of the architecture of sleep," said Baland Jalal, a researcher who investigates the phenomenon. That could lead to more sleep paralysis. People with poor sleeping habits experience the phenomenon more frequently.
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While the mechanisms behind sleep paralysis remain murky, Jalal said stress and worry play a part. Recent research indicates that people with anxiety and PTSD report experiencing sleep paralysis more frequently.
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"People who are anxious have much more emotional sleep. [They] are more likely to wake up during REM," said Jalal. "If you have sleep paralysis, you probably also have anxiety."
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The anxiety feeds into the sleep paralysis, said Jalal. People fret about experiencing the panicky feelings of sleep paralysis, which makes it more likely to occur again.
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While about 6 percent of the population will experience sleep paralysis at one point in their lives, it occurs in about 30 to 50 percent of people with narcolepsy, a sleep disorder that includes excessive daytime sleepiness, cataplexy, sleep paralysis, and hallucinations, said Dr. Nathaniel Watson, president of the American Academy of Sleep Medicine and co-director of the University of Washington Medical Sleep Center.
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Students are more likely to experience sleep paralysis with as many as 28.3 percent of students reporting it.
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Some people report the feeling that someone or something is trying to strangle or choke them or will see someone coming into their room and not able to move or scream, experts say. It can also happen when the person is awake, lasting from a few seconds to a minute or two. It's associated with hypnagogic hallucinations, which occur as a person is falling asleep.

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For most people, "it is not indicative of any kind of disease," said Watson. While the experience feels frightening, the episodes last only a few seconds or minutes at most.
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Most people slip out of it as quickly as they fell into it. A light touch from a partner can be enough to stop it, he said.
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While not everyone who has sleep paralysis experiences hallucinations, seeing a person or a ghost in the room is the most common vision, said Jalal.
璐炬媺灏旇锛屽苟涓嶆槸姣忎釜浜洪兘鍦ㄧ潯鐪犵槴鐥椂鍑虹幇骞昏薄锛屾渶甯歌鐨勫够璞℃槸鐪嬪埌鎴块棿鍐呮湁浜烘垨鏈夐銆
Hallucinations vary by culture 鈥 the Chinese call it "guiya" or ghost pressure because they believe a ghost sits on people's chests. In Newfoundland, it is the "old hag" because people see a witch and in Egypt people see Jinn (what Westerns call genies), which are known to hunt and sometimes kills their victims.
杩欑骞昏鍥犳枃鍖栬屽紓鈥斺斾腑鍥戒汉绉颁箣涓衡滈鍘嬪簥鈥濓紝鍥犱负浠栦滑鐩镐俊楝兼細鍧愬湪浜轰滑鐨勮兏鑶涗笂銆傚湪绾借姮鍏帮紝浜轰滑绉颁箣涓衡滆佸帆濠嗏濓紝鍥犱负浜轰滑鍑虹幇鐨勫够瑙夐噷鏈変竴涓帆濠嗐傚湪鍩冨強锛屼汉浠湅鍒扮殑鏄簿鐏碉紝绮剧伒浠ョ嫨鐚庨椈鍚嶏紝鏈夋椂浼氭潃姝讳粬浠殑鐚庣墿銆
These ghostly "waking dreams鈥 can involve serpents, spiders, intruders and even ghosts. They're often associated with feelings of dread.
杩欎簺骞界伒鑸殑鈥滈啋姊︹濆唴瀹圭绉掑揩涓 鈥旈椤-鑳芥秹鍙婅泧銆佽湗铔涖佸叆渚佃呯敋鑷抽榄傘傚畠浠父甯镐笌鎭愭儳鎰熻仈绯诲湪涓璧枫
Some experts have suggested that alien abductions are really just intense bouts of sleep paralysis.
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"When you live in a culture where you are afraid of it, you are much more likely to be anxious [about sleep paralysis] and experience it," Jalal said.
璐炬媺灏旇锛氣滃綋浣犺韩澶勫湪鑷繁鎵鎯ф曠殑鏂囧寲姘涘洿涓紝浣犲氨鏇存湁绉掔蹇笁 鈥旈椤-鑳界粡鍘嗙潯鐪犵槴鐥紝骞跺鍏舵劅鍒扮劍铏戙傗
Sometimes an environmental reason is the cause of the spectral vision.
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In 2005, the Journal of Emergency Medicine reported about a 23-year-old woman who was found delirious and hyperventilating after seeing a "ghost".
2005骞达紝銆婃ヨ瘖鍖诲鏉傚織銆嬫姤閬撲簡涓鍚23宀佺殑濂充汉锛屽ス鍦ㄧ湅鍒扳滈榄傗濆悗鍑虹幇绮剧閿欎贡鍜屽懠鍚告ヤ績鐨勭棁鐘躲
"On arrival in the ED (about 30 minutes later), the patient was still hyperventilating but was able to talk. She denied taking illicit drugs or alcohol but recalled seeing a ghost while taking bath," the researchers wrote.
鐮旂┒鑰呭啓閬擄細鈥滃埌杈炬ヨ瘖瀹ゆ椂锛堝ぇ绾30鍒嗛挓鍚庯級锛屾偅鑰呬粛鐒跺懠鍚告ヤ績锛屼絾濂硅兘澶熻璇濅簡銆傚ス鍚﹁鏈嶇敤杩濈鑽墿鎴栭厭绮撅紝浣嗗ス鍥炲繂璇存礂婢℃椂鐪嬪埌浜嗛銆傗
It was later determined that her new gas water heater had been improperly installed and her house was filled with carbon monoxide. After oxygen therapy, she made a full recovery.
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