Breaking sleep paralysis
On the internet there are many interesting articles and stories about sleep paralysis , explanations about what sleep paralysis is and reasoning about their possible paranormal activity. However, the big question for victims remains unanswered: what to do with sleep paralysis and how to escape from such lifelike nightmares and paralysis?
It feels like yesterday. I closed my eyes and a few minutes later I seemed to be completely paralyzed and lay on the street. A man / shadow held me and it seemed like I was strangled. It felt like a few hours but it probably took only a few seconds. This is all I remember of my first sleep palsy.
I immediately went for information and tips. However, I only found stories from people who have experienced the same thing. After some more research and some new personal experiences, I came up with a number of tips that can help with sleep paralysis.
6 Tips for sleep paralysis
Tip 1: Sleep on your back is one of the more dangerous conditions (regarding the risk of sleep paralysis) and may increase the risk of sleep paralysis. We recommend people who suffer from sleep palsy to sleep on their backs.
Tip 2: How difficult it seems, keep calm during an attack is the best thing you can do. To pass the attack as quickly as possible, it is useful to focus on breathing.
Tip 3: Usually it does not work to make sound. Anyway, try it anyway. The smallest noise or kuchje that escapes can provide a chain reaction that will allow you to escape from your paralysis. Bedding partners must be aware of the possibility of sleep paralysis at all times and should alert the partner as soon as possible if it occurs.
Tip 4: The paralysis runs all over the body. Concentrate on a point of your body. For example, try to move a finger or a toe. When this succeeds, you can break the paralysis attack.
Tip 5: Although this trick does not work for me, many people are helping to undergo the dream. Preparing for yourself and laying down can thus help to undergo sleep paralysis somewhat more satisfactorily.
Tip 6: The tip that works best for me is to tighten my muscles. When I get into a sleep disorder, I try to tense my face just as if I’ve smelled of something very dirty. As a result, I always get out of paralysis.
After the breakdown of sleep paralysis
After paralysis, it is advisable to go out of bed immediately and wet your face with some cold water. Staying in bed can increase the likelihood of a sequel.
Do you have a tip that works for you? Let us know!
About the author of this guest blog
Mike is a driven twentier and author on the website mattress information . He is not unknown in the area of sleep paralysis and has thus come to these tips and writing this article. If you want personal contact with Mike, it is possible to send him a message via the above website.