Sleep Paralysis:


Are you able to move around?

Sleep paralysis occurs when the person is not able to move around at all as there is a problem in every action and motion including speech. This problem mainly occurs when the person is just about to sleep or he is just up from sleep. There is a feeling that relates to the fact that there is some sort of presence, a feeling that often arouses fear but is also accompanied by an inability to cry out. This problem may last only for a couple of seconds and the person also have an association with the problem of narcolepsy that is a neurological condition in which the person has uncontrollable naps. There are some people who are detected with disrupted sleep schedules or circadian rhythm disturbances experience sleep paralysis.

Symptoms:

People suffering from sleep paralysis have a complaint of inability to move the trunk or limbs at sleep onset or upon awakening that is one of the basic symptoms. In some cases it is seen that there is presence of brief episodes of partial or complete skeletal muscle paralysis. A person suffering from this has a lot of problems associated with hypnologic hallucinations or dream-like mentation. The causes of this disorder are still unexplained but most people report feeling very afraid because they do not know what is happening, and within minutes they gradually or abruptly are able to move again. In rare cases people experience the feeling that someone or something is sitting on their chest and they feel impending death and suffocation.

Controlling of this problem:

Reduction of stress and tensions is the basic key for getting out from all the possible psychological complications and this is not an exception. Exercising can help a lot as it can cause a relief but it should not be a case that one should exercise close to bedtime. There should be an appropriate consultation of a doctor who can guide the patient properly and there should be a neurological assessment of the problem to begin with an appropriate medicine for the best cure.

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