Prevent Sleep Paralysis Hallucination

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Having problems with sleep paralysis and don’t know where to turn to for help. This article will give you some insights on this somewhat elusive condition.

Everyone at one point in their lives has experienced sleep paralysis hallucinations. The only time you have to worry is when it starts recurring quite a lot more frequently than normal. For you to be able to deal with the problem you need to at least understand what causes it. Generally it happens when a person is suddenly jostled out of sleep when they are having a dream.

When this happens the person becomes trapped between a the two states of consciousness that is being asleep and being awake. The effect is that in the state of partial conciousness the dream tends to seem to real to you. In trying to respond to this the body then reacts by imposing paralysis. It is the body’s way of protecting you from injuring yourself and possibly others.

There are a number of things that you can do to avoid sleep paralysis. The first being to sleep in a room that is quiet and is fairly dark. Light and sound do affect the normal sleep routine of a person and are therefore not desirable. Try as much as possible to maintain a regular sleeping time table.

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You should also stay away from substances that will keep you awake like caffeine, alcohol and smoking. Taking them just before going to sleep will put you at risk of getting a sleep paralysis attack. You should also make sure that you do empty your bowels before sleeping.

As you can see there are many approaches to dealing with the issue of sleep paralysis and it would be a good idea to get to know them all. At the same time you can not select one method that you think is going to work and experiment with it. Some of these techniques have been incorporated in to a program that you can follow and will act as your guide.

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