what is Sleep paralysis in Science

Introduction of β€œSleep paralysis”

  • Sleep paralysis is happened when you cannot move or speak and also when individuals are not awake or asleep. It can be scary, but it is harmless and most people will only have it once or twice in their life.
  • The individual’s mind and consciousness are intact, but they may feel pressure on them or as if they are suffocated. It can be accompanied by hallucinations and intense fear.
  • Sleep paralysis is not life threatening, but it can cause anxiety.

  • It can occur with other sleep disorders, such as narcolepsy.

  • It often begins in adolescence and can become frequent in the 20s and 30s.
  • It is not a serious risk.


Questions about sleep paralysis

Sleep paralysis is a medical or spiritual cause

Β  Facts about Medically  

If we are speaking spiritually


I’m sure you know it has something to do with the imbalance in brain activity It can be caused by external geniuses, that is, geniuses that are not in the body but outside the body.



What Actually Happens when Sleep Paralysis happing?

During sleep paralysis, you may experience:

  • Awake but unable to move, speak or open eyes

  • As if someone was in your room
  • As if something is dragging you
  • Fear

Note (* these feelings can last for several minutes*)


Signs and symptoms: Based on following mentioned assumptions

Some facts and reality about sleep paralysis in medical way of study, here are some important points about sleep paralysis. More information and support information can be found in the main studied articles from different research source.

  1. Sleep paralysis is more likely to occur during adolescence.
  2. Sections last from a few seconds to a few minutes.
  3. Stress, delay, lack of sleep and panic disorder can trigger it.
  4. The inability to move or speak is an important characteristic and can be hallucinations.
  5. It is not physically harmful and can be avoided.
  6. inability to move your body when you fall asleep or wake up, which lasts a few seconds or several minutes
  7. be conscious awake
  8. cannot speak during the section
  9. Hallucinations and feelings that cause fear.
  10. feel chest pressure
  11. have difficulty breathing
  12. feels like death is approaching
  13. sweating
  14. Has headaches, muscle aches and paranoia
  15. Insomnia
  16. Interrupted sleep patterns, for example due to shift work or time delay
  17. Narcolepsy: a long-term condition that causes a person to fall asleep suddenly
  18. PTSD
  19. General anxiety disorder
  20. Panic disorder
  21. Family history of sleep paralysis