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Sleep Paralysis Causes

posted by CyFLY on September 2, 2014

Sleep Paralysis Causes

Sleep Paralysis Causes

 

Sleep paralysis causes – your body not smoothly moving through the sleep cycles. In many cultures over the centuries, sleep paralysis causes have been attributed to spiritual and evil explanations but there is a science behind it as well.

 

Sleep paralysis causes –  when hormones produced by the body to help you sleep (and paralyze you as well) do not wear off as you wake up. This means that you remain temporarily paralyzed but conscious. Sleep paralysis is caused at one of two times. If it occurs while you are falling asleep, it’s called hypnagogic or predormital sleep paralysis. If it happens as you are waking up, it’s called hypnopompic or postdormital sleep paralysis. It has always happened to me while I was waking up but that is just me.  Many people have sleep paralysis while napping which is a sign your body is not getting enough sleep and you are not on a consistent sleep pattern. Your body has systems within systems so your brain chemicals may be out of sync.

 

As many as four out of every ten people may have sleep paralysis. This common condition is often first noticed in the teen years (which is true for me). But men and women of any age and ethnicity can have it. Sleep paralysis may run in families but the bigger question is; many people in the population experience these conditions so why is it that only 40% of the population experience this phenomenon? What is so different about this 40% that the other 60% do not exhibit?

 

Factors that may be linked to sleep paralysis or more likely to experience it include:

  • a lack of sleep or sleep deprivation
  • sleep problems such as narcolepsy
  • a sleep schedule that changes,  irregular sleeping patterns – people with irregular schedules or who work shifts are more prone to sleep paralysis
  • mental conditions such as stress or bipolar disorder
  • sleeping on the back
  • substance abuse
  • use of certain medications
  • age – it is more common in teenagers and young adults
  • family history – you may be more likely to have sleep paralysis if another member of your family also has it; however, this is an area where further research is needed

 

Almost every culture throughout history has had stories of shadowy evil creatures that terrify helpless humans at night. People have long sought explanations for this mysterious sleep paralysis and the accompanying feelings of terror, which is why I thought writing a screenplay on this topic, would bring more light to this debatable subject.

 

This would be the unscientific explanation of Sleep Paralysis but I think we all should be open minded and consider it. I know that we are spiritual beings no matter if you believe in a religion or not but our pineal gland which is in our brains (also called the seat of the soul) has much to do with sleep paralysis. Speaking for myself I did have a lack of sleep and stress and my mother has experienced it making me more prone to it but there was also another factor. I am not here to try to convert beliefs but again I was living a sinful life and I think that had to do with my experiences of feeling and hallucinating demonic entities, it was a reflection of my subconscious mind manifesting which was not free of sin. I feel like this subject needs more attention scientifically and spiritually and from this film about it titled Aimless; maybe we can learn more about human potential and the mind itself. Everyone is different so I always tell people to analyze their own behavior and attitudes to figure out the causes. Everyone is going to have a different solutions, so what sets off sleep paralysis for you may be different for another. No one knows your life better than you so be honest with yourself analyzing your lifestyle and maybe you can determine the cause of sleep paralysis and come up with your own way to prevent it.

 

Any sleep paralysis causes you can think of that was not listed above?

 

CyFLY

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People Hallucinate Demon Encounters During Sleep Paralysis All Over The World… Does That Mean They Are REAL?

posted by CyFLY on December 14, 2012

Did you Hallucinate or FEEL an EVIL PRESENCE?

Did you Hallucinate or FEEL the FEAR of an EVIL PRESENCE? CLICK picture to COMMENT

 

What Causes Sleep Paralysis?

The most common causes of sleep paralysis we have dealt with is people that have in some way been involved with various levels, even very light level occult practices. Things such as Ouiji boards, tarot cards, most types of meditation, spirit channeling, even obsessive research about the occult and/or UFO’s can be an open doorway for some people.

Generally, the deeper the person goes into the occult the more doors they open, and the more authority the demons gain over them (Sleep Paralysis Demon), which can lead to severe fearful physical attacks and even abductions in some cases.  It is important to realize that the demons gain more authority over you the deeper you go, the more you “embrace” the experience. That is, they have a keen interest in a person becoming more active in the occult.

This questions was answered on Ask.com; Check it out.. Great Responses!

 

 

 

3 Responses to “People Hallucinate Demon Encounters During Sleep Paralysis All Over The World… Does That Mean They Are REAL?”

  1. Steve said...

    Worst experience ever. Began to lose control of my body in my dream and once I woke up couldn’t move in real life. Hallucinations of an eye watching me which eventually formed a demonic face. Body was heavy all over and at one point felt like it was going to snap in two from all the pressure. My neck began to rise against my own will and a tingling sensation shot through my body.It felt as though somebody had been lifting me up by the neck. I eventually woke up from is after hearing a car on the street race past my house. Didnt get much sleep again that night, everytime I began to doze off I could feel as though I was losing a connection between my mind and body.

  2. Taylor Marie said...

    I’ve never even thought of it this way. I thought it was proven to be nothing more then a stage of sleep. but ya know whats crazy.. this blow my mind, only time its happened to me was last spring. during the period i got very spiritual very quick, was having medical issues, had an out of body / astrotravel during my last surgery with some’one’ beside me, my opie came to me in my dreams and i spoke to him awake, i was deep into medicating with sound waves and was reading lots of spirit guides and the likes.. like wow! i never put two and two together. it was such a horrific experience, i could never understand if its just a phase of sleep why so terrifying. thank you

  3. Ross said...

    I experience sleep paralysis frequently. My worst experience of sleep paralysis occured a few weeks ago. It was a sunday morning and I had already awoken earlier. However, being a day off, I decided to just stay in bed. Next thing I was aware of was lying in bed looking towards the door of the room. I quickly realised that I was unable to move and at this point I knew sleep paralysis had taken hold.

    As the realisation set in a sudden feeling of dread and fear came over me, and I knew something was about to happen. Suddenly I started to hallucinate my bedroom door slowly opening and hearing the sound of something sliding across the laminate floor. A corpse like creature resembling and old man crawled into my room and started heading straight for my bed. I tried my hardest to scream but nothing came out. At this point I felt as though I couldn’t breathe and this thing just kept crawling closer and closer to me until it was right in my face. It then stuck its tongue out and seemed to be licking my face. I was absolutely petrified and began to wonder if I was ever going to snap out of the sleep paralysis.

    Suddenly I could hear my mothers voice, like she was shouting from far away. Next thing I know I`m fully awake and my mum was standing in my door way asking if I was ok. Straight away I sat up in my bed, taking full advantage of my ability to move again. I told her I just had a bad nightmare. She informed me that she came to check on me because she could hear me grunting and growling in my sleep from the next room.

    Horrible experience and I wouldn’t wish it on anyone.

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