sleep paralysis

By Nyu-chan Latest Reply 2013-02-20 02:09:59 -0600
Started 2013-02-19 21:27:32 -0600

How can sleep paralysis affect people with diabetes? I was trying to find a good site for it to get information about it, but it talked about hypoglycemic. I'm sorry about the other post I did…

Tags: diabetes

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Caroltoo 2013-02-20 02:09:59 -0600 Report

When it first happens, it is a scary feeling. If you think of it as your bodies way to protect you from the hurt you would experience if you were acting out your dreams instead of just dreaming them., its more soothing Thinking of it that way, the paralysis is really what keeps you safe.

jayabee52 2013-02-19 21:49:12 -0600 Report

Howdy Nyu!

Your discussion "death spells"needs no apology, in my opinion. As I shall continue to say "the only stupid queston is a honest question which is NOT asked", It is how we learn! No one, that I recall, complained about it!

I found an article from WebMD which discusses sleep paralysis here ~ I pray you'll find something which helps you there.

And hypoglycemic? Perhaps. there were words like Hypnagogic and Hypnopompic could one of those words be like what you read?

Blessings Nyu!


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