posted on Jan, 31 2008 @ 08:49 AM
reply to post by Anonymous Avatar
I too have experienced sleep paralysis and I agree its not very pleasant. The first time it happened to me I had woken up early, gone down stairs then
decided it was too early so went back to bed. Almost immediately this defening sound started in my head like a drum machine then I found I couldn t
move at all. I could hear things going on outside but became very scared as I didn t know what was happening to me. I wanted to shout out for help but
couldn t but I was screaming in my own head. Eventually it stoped but it kept coming back over a period of a few months. I almost got used to it as I
knew it eventually passess and I would come to no harm.
Several years later it started again but I found if I screamed NO as firm as I could in my head JUST as it was starting I could stop it happening.
I have recently started waking up with completley dead arms where there is no feeling in them at ALL, this is very scary as sometimes it takes a few
minutes of shaking to bring the feeling back into my hands. Im not lying on them and cutting the blood supply as I often wake up with my hands just by
my side just numb.
Also since October 07 I have this ringing, ringing , ringing in my ears and its getting worse. Sometimes it goes for a day but then it comes back
sometimes low pitch sometimes high pitch what is this? Then the other day it was like morse code (while I was on ATS actually) do you get this? Ive
been to the doctors and she said my ears are fine.