posted on Feb, 28 2009 @ 11:57 PM
It is called sleep paralysis. I first got paralyzed when I was about 18 years old, and next one didn't come till I was 22 or 23. During my 24th year
I got paralysed at least 20 times, which forced me to search online for answers. And answers I found.
Most who suffer from this "disease" say that if you think about it at evening, you will likely get it. However if you do not think about it, it
becomes a rare occurence. This is always the case.
Now, this disease also includes some symptoms, such as seeing hallucinations while in paralysis. You don't know how many demons, aliens and the stuff
I have faced during my paralyses and it is frightening as hell. I know those visions are not true but I cannot escape my fear during such an event.
I'm lucky to be a skeptic in nature, otherwise I would believe in just about everything paranormal because of this disease. After all, I have seen
all to be true with my own eyes.
Check that wikipedia article about sleep paralysis. This is also a disease with no cure whatsoever, you will have to learn to live with it. Doctors
also don't know about this, which is why there are support groups in several countries if it gets too hard for you to handle. If you tell to a
doctor, you will propably get sent to a shrink, who may think you are crazy or who may actually know what sleep paralysis is.
Good luck, and remember not to think about it at evening. It really helps and it is that simple.
The problem is that if you believe in the stuff that you see, you cannot help but to think about it, which leads to you experiencing it more often.