posted on Oct, 25 2009 @ 11:33 PM
I've had sleep paralysis for quite some time.
Ummm... Try sleeping on your side. I think you will have better results than praying to Jesus.
Not to sound offensive, but this is true.
However, I have still had partial paralysis sleeping on my side.
You are cutting the blood flow to your body.
You aren't in good circulatory health.
This is sorta like how when a person is "warm" while asleep, they tend to have better dreams than when they are cool.
Warm makes you feel cozy. Warm, not hot. Sorta' like being in the womb. Comforted.
Cool makes you feel vulnerable.
Anyhow, when you cut the circulation to a point in your body, you have bad dreams. You wake up. Bad dreams are lingering as you aren't fully
Of course, I am probably wrong. But that is fine with me. This is how I rationalize it and it works for me.
If I have partial paralysis at this point in my life, I locate it and shake it awake.
Then I just go back to sleep.
As for the OP, dude, what in the world? You came in speaking as if you are an expert on the matter and then in quick order proclaim that you actually
know nothing about it?