Has anyone ever experienced sleep paralysis?? 😱😱😱 Only in the last couple decades, and especially the last 10 or so years, have researchers begun to seriously study this bizarre happening. Nothing is as of yet in concrete, but we at least now have a solid place to begin. And I would like to further add, that although we may now have an explanation of the mechanics involved, it does not mean we know WHY or WHAT causes this strange phenomenon to occur, but only explains what is going on physically during an episode of sleep paralysis, or SP.
Sleep paralysis is a condition in which someone about to fall asleep, or just upon waking from sleep, realizes that they are unable to move or speak, but can still breathe and move their eyes. I like to call this "half-asleep/half-awake" stage the "twilight" stage. Your conscious mind has begun to drift into sleep but is not yet there, therefore you still retain a small amount of your waking conscious. It is a very transitory stage indeed, and one that seems to leave you "open" to certain experiences you would not otherwise be receptive to when fully conscious or fully asleep. It is also accepted by most researchers that although this can happen in any sleeping position, it most commonly occurs in the supine position (laying on your back).http://paranormalsocieties.com/articles/what-is-sleep-paralysis.cfm #paranormal #horrorfacts #factorfiction #demons #ghost #aliens #shadowpeople #creepystories #creepy #creepypasta #thenightmare #horror #paranormal #paranormalactivity #ghostadventures #paranormalwitness #sleepparalysis #sleeplessnights #death #darkness. 😱😱👍Follow for more paranormal stories 👍