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posted on Jan, 23 2005 @ 03:54 PM
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Lately, every night the past two weeks when I go to bed I will be laying there when all of a sudden my head will go numb and I become paralized.

At that moment I fell an intense amount of fear, and after strugling to move as soon as feeling returns to my head I can move again.

Of course the first thing I do is get up out of bed and try to make sense of it all.


Once I calm down I go back to bed and generally fall a sleep with out incident.

Yes I feel a presance in the room but I never see anything though.

Where does a person turn to get help on this matter, I told my Dr. about it and she just looked at me like I was crazy so I didn't bring it up to her again.




posted on Jan, 23 2005 @ 03:59 PM
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Sleep Paralysis

I do not know much at all about the topic, but that sounds like what you are going thru.

Maybe do a search on these boards and elsewhere too if needed?

Good luck to you!


www.stanford.edu...

Here found a decent link from university.

[edit on 23-1-2005 by Leespitfire]



posted on Jan, 23 2005 @ 04:38 PM
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Ive had this happen to me 5 -6 times now.

cant talk or scream out either just move neck thats all...

Its becoming common for some reason....
its sleeping disorder....

nothing to be afraid of, no demons, no aliens

just higher brain waking before the lower brain....
TIPS:
this is what i do. when u wake up and cant move ,
count to 5 and relax yourself then boom instantly up.
Ive noticed the more exited i was the longer it lasted so just relax to fix it.

FEEL BETTER?

[edit on 23-1-2005 by lizzardsamok]



posted on Jan, 23 2005 @ 04:52 PM
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Originally posted by bpletcj
Yes I feel a presance in the room but I never see anything though.

Where does a person turn to get help on this matter, I told my Dr. about it and she just looked at me like I was crazy so I didn't bring it up to her again.


If my answers mean anything to you, then you should think of the fact, that you are dealing with aliens. They want you to use your mind to keep contact with them, and they want you to keep away from the hostile behaviour. I guess, you already know that you are dealing with aliens, so behave respectfuly and faithfuly towards them.



posted on Jan, 23 2005 @ 05:28 PM
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I thought it was Sleep Paralysis too but the odd thing is that I am not yet asleep.

Example, last night I layed down and about 30 seconds later my head started going numb and boom, paralized.

The feeling I get is almost like if you were to lay down and a couple seconds later you relized you forgot to put your clothes in the dryer that you need for the next day, you would then jump up and goput your clothes in the dryer, you haven't had time to relax yet and you remembered something and you just go do it.

Same with me, I lay down head starts to go numb and I try to jump up out of bed while I can still move but it is too late...

Then I struggle to move.

Since I know its coming on I will try to stay more in control and not panic and count to 5 as you suggested.

Thanks

P.S. I am not jumping to conclusion that it is aliens because I think that would just add to the panic. you know that whole inferirity complex thing.



posted on Jan, 23 2005 @ 05:31 PM
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I think leespitfire nailed it for you, bpletcj...I went through the link provided and it certainly fits with what you describe.

It was the first thing I thought of reading your post. I have experienced the same effect many times, but I welcomed it. I luxuriated in the weightlessness, the feeling of shrinking becoming delicious after awhile, and then I suppose I just fall asleep.

It could be that 'Out Of Body' experiences are more readily available at those times...but I don't recommend the travelling...it can scare the h*ll out of you.



posted on Jan, 23 2005 @ 05:55 PM
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Originally posted by bpletcj
P.S. I am not jumping to conclusion that it is aliens because I think that would just add to the panic. you know that whole inferirity complex thing.


What if the aliens are really there right next to you, and they want to do something beautiful for you? Something that would change your life through generations?

I really mean, that not all aliens should be considered evil and hateful. People are actually extremely hostile, but we evolved through a stage of barbarian wild world, and yet we are still evolving.



posted on Jan, 23 2005 @ 05:58 PM
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The sleep paralysis happens just before and after sleeping. Read the link my friend.

Yes, I know tis just Stanford, and they could be full of it.

Shrugs

I wonder myself, what is true, what is BS.

Got to just make up your own mind I guess




posted on Jan, 23 2005 @ 06:11 PM
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Thanks for the link leespitfire.

I have read a couple of the articles from the link, I was not saying Stanford is wrong, in fact it probably is 100 % what is causing my problem but I thought sleep paralasist (sp?) happens just before or just after you sleep like someone else said earlier that not all of the brain is awake yet and the brain disallows movement in order to protect you from moving and getting hurt before you ar fully awake. But my problem ( or question ) is why does it happen almost as soon as my head hits the pillow?

Maybe part of my brain is entering a state of sleep that quickly which would cause my head / skull to go numb while my conciusness has not transfered over to the REM state yet. I don't know, I was just looking for answers, or to see what other people have experianced.

Thanks for the input and sorry for the bad spelling, they really should add spell check as a feature when posting replys.



posted on Jan, 23 2005 @ 06:23 PM
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Originally posted by bpletcj
But my problem ( or question ) is why does it happen almost as soon as my head hits the pillow?


Probably you have already been experiencing with your own capabilities and working/eating/drinking habitats. If nothing is affecting you, and you have a healthy daily cycle, then there is something paranormal going on near you. I guess, you have a very good reason to post this thread here, and you are curious of the answers.

Considering the fact that other paranormal events are goig on near you, this should also be among those, and shouldn't be different.

So you should get to know why are the aliens near you, and what do they want from you. But first of all, you should be familiar with the fact, that you are invaded. Might be chipped, too.



posted on Jan, 23 2005 @ 06:25 PM
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Don't sweat the spelling, bpletcj...even the best of us can get a few -1/sp on our posts. lol
At least your post is intelligently put together and not created out of boredom...you have a real concern, and look for answers. I respect that more than anything and hope you find helpful replies.



posted on Jan, 23 2005 @ 06:35 PM
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Thanks Vertu / Masque.

Yes I did try changing things, like not eating after a certing time at night, I don't drink or do drugs I have trying to read before I go to sleep, try watching t.v. tried about everything I can think about.

How do I go about finding out why paranormal things are happening?

Should I just fight through the fear and see what happens next?

What ever happens or if nothing happens thanks for the input.

Let me know if you have any other ideas.

Thanks

JP



posted on Jan, 23 2005 @ 06:47 PM
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Originally posted by bpletcj
Thanks Vertu / Masque.
How do I go about finding out why paranormal things are happening?
Should I just fight through the fear and see what happens next?
What ever happens or if nothing happens thanks for the input.


As I strongly believe that you are under hardcore alien surveillance, all you should do, is obey the aliens' command. If they make you feel paralyzed, just calm down and wait until it ends. Do the same way. If you feel a presence near you, just stop what you are doing, and don't panic. You could even talk to them loud, or in your mind. They just want you to be smart and intelligent, that's all.

But if you do any step against them, they may do bad things to you. So just don't draw your gun at them, they are creatures with feelings and emotions. Imagine if someone did the same to you.



posted on Jan, 23 2005 @ 06:56 PM
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I think I have evolved beyond gun slinger.


Besides I can't move anyways.

I will try your techneqe if it happens tonight and see what happens.

In the past as I was struggling to move I was thinking/ yelling in my mind "LET ME GO !!!" then I would eventually break free.

Thanks



posted on Jan, 23 2005 @ 07:07 PM
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bpletcj
The paranormal is with us all the time...it can show itself in the most strange ways...like knowing someone is about to call and then does, or feeling a presence in an empty room. The paranormal is really those things which we can't explain.
I have continually felt the presence of my mother, now 25 years deceased.
That's not normal either, is it? But it is part of my reality and I accept it gratefully.
My advice is to be at peace. Certainly you should try to understand whatever is happening, and posting here could be helpful to you.

Drugs and booze can only make things worse for you...so, in that you're taking the right path.

As far as food is concerned, I would give you this advice...fruits only in the mornings...meats and vegetables only in the evenings. I also would tell you to ingest honey as a sweetener instead of sugars, especially before bed. I suppose you already know such dietary stuff, but it doesn't hurt repeating.

No doubt, more people will be posting on this thread, so keep clicking on your 'myats' tab for updates.



posted on Jan, 25 2005 @ 06:32 PM
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hey, bpletcj...
One of the mods moved your thread to the medical board for you...now you just might get some good answers.
Hope you're doing ok
masqua



posted on Jan, 25 2005 @ 06:39 PM
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my 2c - enjoy it, don't panic and get your blood pressure checked. ...It could be a "transient ischemic attack" - and this might be an early warning sign - if you need to control your blood pressure, you should know about it before it gets out of control. Easy to fix.

[edit on 25-1-2005 by soficrow]



posted on Jan, 25 2005 @ 07:33 PM
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I checked out the site about mini strokes.

I will ask my doctor about this thanks.

I also tried to relax and not fight it.

The first night no paralasis.

The second night I went numb and paralized then about a half hour later I woke up standing by my balcony ( inside my apartment but by sliding glass door).

I don't recall sleep walking or how I got to were I was.

Is this a symptom of the mini strokes also?



posted on Jan, 25 2005 @ 08:02 PM
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Originally posted by bpletcj

The second night I went numb and paralized then about a half hour later I woke up standing by my balcony ( inside my apartment but by sliding glass door).
Is this a symptom of the mini strokes also?



I'm not a doctor - but yea, I think it could be if it wiped out a few memory cells. FYI - mini-strokes can cause white matter damage - but this can be reversed. Takes exercising the brain and "working out" by doing puzzles, reading, writing etc. ...if you do any kind of drugs - from coke to ginseng - stop. Lose the prescriptions and the herbs - go pure and free if you can, low salt etc., and clean out your system with a bland diet.

...and do see a doctor. If you have hbp it's important - and easy - to fix. ...If your bp is 'labile' and goes up and down, then learn the danger signs - and take it easy - rest, put your feet up - until it's under control.



posted on Jan, 26 2005 @ 03:34 AM
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I too have had sleep paralysis. The first time I had it was when I was sleeping during my study period. All of a sudden my ears started hurting and I couldnt move or talk. It was scary. The next day I saw a show about it. Its just sleep paralysis.



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