posted on Oct, 17 2006 @ 12:53 AM
Thanks for the reply. I have done quite a bit of research on the subject and I'm familar with the history and all this. It's very difficult to
explain what it's like if you haven't had it happen, so thanks for letting me know I'm not the only one. Strange about that mutual experience I've
not heard of that happening.
As far as stress goes, I also have had way worse times - facing a couple months in the state pen for example, which thankfully didn't happen. I've
not really noticed a direct corellation between the two either. I do also suffer from insomnia which rarely gets as severe as not sleeping for days on
end but usual manifests itself in little no almost no REM sleep, 2-4 hours a night only kind of thing.
I find that when I'm getting the insomnia I have a higher chances of getting the paralysis and I believe they are related. I saw some things that say
the paralysis is a form of narcolepsy which also ties into the insomnia somehow. I'm not a doctor so take it with a grain of salt.
What is abnormal this time is my creeped out feelings during the day or night when I'm alone somewhere, location seems irreleveant. That being
watched feeling. Thats whats got me worrying because its kinda new. I think i've just been over analyizing everything and thinking about it more so
I've ranted enough back to studying