Title:Dealing With and Snapping Out of Sleep Paralysis
Description:Sleep paralysis is a common experience all over the globe. It can affect people of all ages, races and genders. It is not dangerous physically and is a perfectly normal biological phenomenon. It is simply a small glitch in the chemical working of the brain which causes a sensation of being paralysed or being unable to move while being awake. It commonly occurs right after waking up or after going to bed. It is usually accompanied by a feeling of constriction in the abdominal area, a feeling of not being able to breath properly or a sensation that there is someone else in the room. Some people have even reported that they have hallucinated during the experience. Hence while the experience is not harmful physically it can be very scary psychologically and it is always helpful to know how to deal with sleep paralysis if you ever find yourself suffering from it.